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Accepted to Queens 2019

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A reminder that Accepted threads are for posting your stats only, and for brief questions related to the stats that someone posted, e.g., asking for L2. These threads are not the place for further discussion, which should be asked via PM or in a new thread. Off-topic posts will be deleted. Thank you for keeping these threads useful to future applicants.

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1 hour ago, AlpacaWhisperer said:

Offer this morning! 159 LSAT 3.5 OLSAS cgpa 

last name "F" 

What is your B2? Congrats!

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1 hour ago, KhalilMack said:

What is your B2? Congrats!

Not quite sure what it is officially bc it’s self calculated but probably 3.8 ish?

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Got accepted this afternoon! 

CGPA: 3.77

L2: 3.82

LSAT: 160

General Application 

Good luck to everyone else! 

 

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Accepted this morning!

CGPA: 3.63

L2: 3.80

LSAT: 156, 164 (Jan)

General applicant, good luck to everyone else

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Accepted on Tuesday!

OLSAS CGPA: 3.53

LSAT: 159

Lots of EC involvement from running a business to full-time work experience. 

Will almost certainly be declining however. 

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1 hour ago, Blackberry6 said:

Accepted on Tuesday!

OLSAS CGPA: 3.53

LSAT: 159

Lots of EC involvement from running a business to full-time work experience. 

Will almost certainly be declining however. 

What was your B2 if you don't mind?

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32 minutes ago, Blackberry6 said:

My B2?

Best 2 years gpa, that's what queens looks at 

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Late to post... But better late than never. 

Accepted in early January:

  1. cGPA: 3.61.... (not sure my L2, but I had a strong upward trend in my grades)
  2. LSAT: 163 (sep); 165  (nov) 
  3. Strong ECs, and a good personal statement. 

Best of luck to all of those who are still waiting! 

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On 3/4/2019 at 10:28 PM, yeezy said:

Best 2 years gpa, that's what queens looks at 

Likely around 3.65-3.71.

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On 1/22/2019 at 7:57 PM, thelittlemermaid2015 said:

Accepted this morning! 

LSAT: 159

CGPA: 3.72

L2/B2: 3.82

General category

Holding on to it for now but will likely go with Ottawa. Good luck to those waiting!

Declined my offer this morning in favor of Ottawa (or Victoria if I hear back). 
 

Good luck folks, hope that helps someone waiting soon!

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Accepted this afternoon, notified via email

CGPA 3.94 (B2 /L2 was the same)

LSAT 158

Access category

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On 1/29/2019 at 2:54 PM, polisciundergrad10 said:

Just got the email!! First ontario acceptance, so excited!

 Olsas cgpa: 3.09, L2: Around 3.66...not sure because I'm still completing my last year. LSAT: 162

 

Are you in the general category ?

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On 2/26/2019 at 1:31 PM, miamibig3 said:

Accepted today!

cGPA: 2.98

L2: 3.70

LSAT: 159

General applicant

 

When you applied did you mention anything regarding why your last two years were significantly better than the first 2 years?

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20 hours ago, randomname9669 said:

When you applied did you mention anything regarding why your last two years were significantly better than the first 2 years?

I didn't mention anything to do with my grades in my application. I always took 5 courses per semester and had an increasing GPA each year of university.

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A few months late for this - was accepted Jan. 9th. 

LSAT 168, OLSAS GPA 3.58. L2. 3.66.

Will be declining for OZ - best of luck to everyone still waiting to hear back! 

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Just got the acceptance email!

 

3.63 CGPA/L2/B3, 170 LSAT. Strong ECs and a PS of probably medium to strong callibur. Diversity factors too. Accepting unless I get into osgoode or uoft off of wait list. 

 

 

Best of luck all!! 

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