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Accepted to Queens 2019

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Just got the email!

cGPA: 3.73, LSAT 160. Ontario Resident. Okay EC's, great reference letters, strong personal statement.

Ontario resident.

Congrats everybody!

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Accepted!

cGPA: 3.53 / 4

L2: 3/56 / 4

LSAT: 160, 164.

General. Submitted October 31st. Will be declining.

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