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Admis au PDC ce matin (super content car c'est mon top pick) 

CGPA 3.57 (OLSAS)

L2 ~ 3.7

LSAT de 157

J'ai passé à l'examen de compétences linguistiques le 5 avril, et c'était un peu délicat comparé au TFI... Mais bon enfin!  Hâte de vous rencontrer tous en septembre 😁

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Bonjour et Felicitations à ceux et celles qui ont eu leur réponse!

 

Est-ce normal qu'on nous demande de postuler pour des demandes de bourses sans avoir eu de reponse pour l'admission??

 

Legit going crazy lurking my emails and uozone every couple hours! 😰

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1 hour ago, Ambitiious01 said:

Bonjour et Felicitations à ceux et celles qui ont eu leur réponse!

 

Est-ce normal qu'on nous demande de postuler pour des demandes de bourses sans avoir eu de reponse pour l'admission??

 

Legit going crazy lurking my emails and uozone every couple hours! 😰

Oui, c'est normal. J'ai aussi recu le courriel pour les bourses ajourd'hui, sans avoir eu de reponse pour l'admission...ugh.

When did you apply? 

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5 hours ago, Ambitiious01 said:

Bonjour et Felicitations à ceux et celles qui ont eu leur réponse!

 

Est-ce normal qu'on nous demande de postuler pour des demandes de bourses sans avoir eu de reponse pour l'admission??

 

Legit going crazy lurking my emails and uozone every couple hours! 😰

Nous sommes tous dans le même bateau, qu'on ait reçu une offre d'admission ou non. Le hic c'est que la date limite est le 1er mai pour la grande majorité des bourses et certain n'auront pas eu de réponse à cette date donc c'est pour donner à tous une opportunité de faire demande. Courage à ceux qui n'ont pas encore eu de réponse... faut se dire que "no news is good news" ou au moins, pas un non définitif! 

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On 4/23/2019 at 10:26 PM, NovemberRain said:

Moi aussi. 

Si ça peut aider, jai postulé deux semaines avant la date limite. 

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14 hours ago, FamLawGirl said:

Est-ce que il y en plusieurs qui sont toujours sans réponse ?

Oui, j'attends aussi! Mais j'ai appelé il y a 2 semaines et ont m'a dit qu'ils acceptent encore.

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On 6/11/2019 at 4:09 PM, cammou said:

Admitted !!!! French JD, JD/LLL, JD/MBA, JD/MA. 

@cammouWhen is the deadline to accept your French JD offer?

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On 6/12/2019 at 11:23 PM, FamLawGirl said:

@cammouWhen is the deadline to accept your French JD offer?

July 2 for all. I am leaning towards PDC or JD/MBA. 

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On 4/4/2019 at 11:44 AM, NovemberRain said:

Is anyone still "under evaluation" ?

I was put on the waitlist 2 days ago! I think a lot of people are still "under evaluation" because they are just starting to make the waitlist.

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