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2 hours ago, TheSaskConnection said:

It’s tough to accurately gauge,  but based off previous years’ threads not a whole lot,  maybe 20-30?

The thread only represents maybe 20% of the applicants to law school; I’m sure it’s a bit more 

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10 minutes ago, lindsn said:

The thread only represents maybe 20% of the applicants to law school; I’m sure it’s a bit more 

I attempted to take that into account with my estimation, there were less than 30 posts referring to “accepted” after April 1.  The class is 165 regular applicants, I find it hard to believe 100 of them come from acceptances post first round offers. 


There were about about 11 posted acceptances from the 2018 thread after March 31.  The idea that UofA doesn’t have half of their class filled by March 31 is ludicrous, I’d bet it’s less than 40 that get a second round offer. 

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