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Cannot believe I am actually writing this post. Accepted today! I was number #27 on MB waitlist! Good luck everyone!! 

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3 hours ago, 1975kels said:

Cannot believe I am actually writing this post. Accepted today! I was number #27 on MB waitlist! Good luck everyone!! 

Congratulations!! 

Would you tell us your stats? 

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4 hours ago, Serenitytomorrow said:

Congratulations!! 

Would you tell us your stats? 

Yes sorry!!! Totally forgot to do that in light of excitement. 

LSAT: 154 and GPA 3.9! Index was 71.63 I believe!

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