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Hey guys,

I'm wondering if you guys know what it means for your application when it says 'complete' beside status. Prior to this it was 'Pending review'. Any help is appreciated. (this is for the single JD btw.)

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6 hours ago, kiki said:

Hey guys,

I'm wondering if you guys know what it means for your application when it says 'complete' beside status. Prior to this it was 'Pending review'. Any help is appreciated. (this is for the single JD btw.)

It means they have received everything and they are ready to evaluate. It should turn into “Referred to admissions Committee” soon (idk when exactly). 

There are rare cases where it reverts back to “Pending Review”. 

Wishing you the best of luck!

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43 minutes ago, CrimNation said:

It means they have received everything and they are ready to evaluate. It should turn into “Referred to admissions Committee” soon (idk when exactly). 

There are rare cases where it reverts back to “Pending Review”. 

Wishing you the best of luck!

What would cause you to go back to pending review? 

 

I went back to that about 3 weeks ago 

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10 hours ago, DougFromOntario said:

What would cause you to go back to pending review? 

 

I went back to that about 3 weeks ago 

Glitch in the system. It happened with UOttawa last year. Other reasons why idk, maybe adcom's decision? 

If you went back to pending review then call and ask to make sure.

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