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Accepted January 29th

CGPA 3.7, LSAT 158, 165
Finishing up a 2-Year MA right now as well

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Accepted January 29

OLSAS GPA: 3.33 

L2: 3.5

LSAT: 163 (one write) 

Strong ECs

Finished my masters from Schulich this year. 

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Just received the email!

cGPA: 3.35

L2: 3.66

LSAT: 164

Good ECs, LORs. Very strong PS tailored to Queen's.

Can't decide between UWO or Queen's...

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Accepted today

cGPA: 3.65

LSAT: 162

General Category

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Got the email today!

cgpa: 3.5 

L2: 3.78 I think 

B2: 3.8 

LSAT: 161 

President of an academic student club, internship, volunteering, and some part-time work. 

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Accepted Jan 29.

cGPA: 3.57

L2: 3.62

LSAT: 174

General 

A satisfactory PS, and below average ECs (virtually no involvement until 4th year). 

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Accepted on the 29th of January! 

OLSAS GPA: 3.82 (3.9 at U of T) 

LSAT: 163 

Strong ECs (Academic journals, research positions, community work in mental health) and 2 Strong LORs (Former Dean of U of T Law and a professor who practices refugee and immigration law) 

Will be declining for either Osgoode or U of T. 

Good luck to everyone else! 

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Just got the email, guess they started that next wave!

L2 3.72

LSAT 159

Extensive extracurriculars, 95% going

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Accepted Today!

cGPA: 3.7

B2: 3.89

L2: 3.59

LSAT: 157, 161 (jan)

General

 

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Accepted today!

cGPA: 2.98

L2: 3.70

LSAT: 159

General applicant

 

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Long time lurker, first time poster here!

Accepted today,

General, L2: 3.8, LSAT: 159

Strong ECs/LORs

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