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Just got the email. 

3.9 with drops (self calculated)

I also requested to have some grades eliminated from the calculation but never received confirmation if they would remove them or not. They just said thank you for the letter and that they would let me know their decision to eliminate the grades later. The 3.9 is without any grades eliminated.

166 LSAT

Will be declining.

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Accepted this morning. 

3.87 without drops and 167 LSAT (September).  No mention of scholarships.  

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Accepted today - I believe my AGPA on the 4.5 scale is 4.05 (self-calculated), 162 LSAT (one write). Did anyone receive any information about entrance scholarships? I'm about 99.9% sure I will be declining this offer.

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Just got the email. CGPA 4/4.33 LSAT 161. Sent in my Fall transcript last week

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Accepted on 2019/01/28

82% UBC average

I self calculated a 3.9/4.5 AGPA with the drops, if I remember correctly.

LSAT: 158(sept) 160(nov)

I applied right after sept score was released. I’m not sure which score they used for application.

Thinking I will decline. Good luck and congrats to you all! :) 

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Got my email today! 

GPA 3.9 with drops 

LSAT 162 (nov) 

Will be accepting! Cant wait to meet you all! 

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Got the email today. 175 LSAT, 3.4 cGPA with drops.

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Accepted today. General category.

cGPA: 4.15 / 4.5 with drops.

LSAT: 160, 164.

Will be declining!

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1 hour ago, dm01 said:

Got the email today. 175 LSAT, 3.4 cGPA with drops.

Well done!

Congratulations!

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Accepted yesterday! via general category

GPA: 4.05/4.5, no drops 

LSAT: 161 

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Got my email Monday. 4.4/4.5 AGPA (with drops), 162 LSAT. 

Will be accepting. See you all in September!

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BC Resident. Accepted January 28 

LSAT: 162

GPA: 4/4.3 (+ some exchange courses of a different academic grading system so unsure how they counted those)

Will likely be declining. Good luck everyone!

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