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18 hours ago, Amrina said:

How long after being referred to addmissions committee did you receive a decision? 

Have you been accepted anywhere else?

months, i stopped checking uwinsite everyday but i do know i was referred to ad com for months. 

yes, i was accepted to TRU on March 15 :)

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3.05 cgpa, Lsat 156 rejected today. Doesn’t really surprise me since my stats are so low. But I was accepted to dual!! 

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CGPA 2.7 L2/B2 3.36, LSAT 162.

Solid ECs and references

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5 hours ago, IWantJD said:

3.05 cgpa, Lsat 156 rejected today. Doesn’t really surprise me since my stats are so low. But I was accepted to dual!! 

 

5 hours ago, Yabbie said:

CGPA 2.7 L2/B2 3.36, LSAT 162.

Solid ECs and references

 

4 hours ago, Cenright said:

Rejected today. 

3.5 and 157 

 

Did you guys get an email? My password expired for the login and I’m too lazy to reset if I was gonna get a rejection I wasn’t gonna go on and check 

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1 hour ago, lindsn said:

 

 

Did you guys get an email? My password expired for the login and I’m too lazy to reset if I was gonna get a rejection I wasn’t gonna go on and check 

Yea, received an email. Best of luck. 

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1 hour ago, lindsn said:

 

 

Did you guys get an email? My password expired for the login and I’m too lazy to reset if I was gonna get a rejection I wasn’t gonna go on and check 

Yes got an email! 

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Rejected. Not a big deal as this was a back-up option for me :) Hopefully someone gets in that really wants a spot!

3.7/159

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Got rejected from the dual. But it said "still to be considered for the JD for Windsor". Not sure what this means. Does anyone else have this? 

LSAT: 158

GPA: 3.55 

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2 hours ago, Emma1354652 said:

Got rejected from the dual. But it said "still to be considered for the JD for Windsor". Not sure what this means. Does anyone else have this? 

LSAT: 158

GPA: 3.55 

Probably means they’re still evaluating your file for the regular jd... you’ll hear back soon maybe? When were you rejected? 

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33 minutes ago, Whocareshouse said:

Dinged today. 3.7 gpa, 162 lsat

damn. amazing stats. did you tailor your ps to windsor? 

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Rejected last week by email for Dual JD and Regular Track JD

CGPA: 3.7

L2: 3.8

LSAT: 143, 148, 154

Strong Extracurriculars/ Work Experience 5+ years

Rejected from Osgoode, Western, Queens, and Ottawa as well.

Good luck to everyone else.

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1 hour ago, Singh01 said:

Rejected last week by email for Dual JD and Regular Track JD

CGPA: 3.7

L2: 3.8

 LSAT: 143, 148, 154

Strong Extracurriculars/ Work Experience 5+ years

Rejected from Osgoode, Western, Queens, and Ottawa as well.

 Good luck to everyone else.

Did you apply as a mature applicant? Try getting feedback from schools on what you can do better in terms of your personal statements or ask someone you know that has been accepted/is a law student/or is just a good writer for suggestions on illustrating your angle and experiences in a PS.

Great GPA (assuming its OLSAS). 
If you can get your LSAT up even a few points and/or improve your PS (assuming it was not the strongest), your chances should be very good at at least one school in Ontario next cycle. 

Keep your head up Singh 20re. 

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Rejected just now. 

GPA: 3.2 

LSAT: 159/162 

 

guess ill I’ll be tackling the LSAT again! 

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46 minutes ago, Grizzle said:

Rejected just now. 

GPA: 3.2 

LSAT: 159/162 

 

guess ill I’ll be tackling the LSAT again! 

Your lsat seems fine... did you apply out west? Like u of c? Usask and unb? I feel like with your stats you should be able to get into those schools within limits of ec etc 

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2 hours ago, lindsn said:

Your lsat seems fine... did you apply out west? Like u of c? Usask and unb? I feel like with your stats you should be able to get into those schools within limits of ec etc 

Well LSATs pretty much the only thing I can improve on for next year so might as well try again. And no I only applied to Windsor :( 

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