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Just got the email!

cGPA: 3.52

LSAT: 156

Not surprised, but damn, that email oddly made me feel good inside? It was a nice way to be rejected

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Just got the email

3.71 CGPA 162 LSAT K-JD

Anyone else get a really long email saying they should apply as a transfer student or again next year if they don't go anywhere else? 

 

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Got the email today. 

cGPA: 3.65

LSAT: 162

Last name starting with H. 

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Rejected today 

gpa 2.8 lsat 157 l2 somewhere above 3.3 

strong ECs, certificate from Duke in the US, internship with the UN, 1 and a half years work experience in a law firm and a masters degree from university of Toronto

still waiting to hear from Ottawa Osgoode and queens but not very hopeful at third point

last name starts with m

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32 minutes ago, Lawstudent97 said:

Just got the email

3.71 CGPA 162 LSAT K-JD

Anyone else get a really long email saying they should apply as a transfer student or again next year if they don't go anywhere else? 

 

I got the long written email! 

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Just got the email! Had very low expectations with this one so I'm cool with it. (Also already got into Oz so that helps)

GPA - 3.72

LSAT - 164

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Got the email just now.

cGPA: 3.5

LSAT: 155

As a current fourth year at UofT, I'm honestly very ecstatic to be approaching my final days in this extremely unpleasant, money-hungry, apathetic institution. Good luck to everyone else and see ya never UofT. 😎

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3 minutes ago, TrevorPhilips said:

Got the email just now.

cGPA: 3.5

LSAT: 155

As a current fourth year at UofT, I'm honestly very ecstatic to be approaching my final days in this extremely unpleasant, money-hungry, apathetic institution. Good luck to everyone else and see ya never UofT. 😎

never heard truer words

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Just got the email as well

cGPA: 3.5

LSAT: 162

Last name starts with Q

Not really expecting this one, but disheartening nonetheless. 

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Also got my rejection. Also not surprised, teensy bit bummed though as I will be moving to Ontario (Windsor) from Vancouver and know people in Toronto. 

cGPA 3.05, L2: 3.81, B3: 3.81, LSAT 162

Best of luck to everyone for the rest of the admissions cycle!!

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Just got the email, not surprised just applied for the shts and gigs. My lsat aint the best

L2: 3.8/ B3: 3.73 Cgpa: 3.5

LSAT: 153

Strong EC's, outstanding reference letters and strong personal statement. 

 

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Just got the email. 

cGPA: 3.67 B3: 3.77

LSAT: 163

 

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Just got the email 

cgpa 3.57 l2 3.79 

lsat 162 

Nice of them to let us know before April 1 so we can accept other offers I think! 

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Rejected.

160 LSAT

CGPA 3.56

L2. 3.74

Work history as first responder and in law enforcement and good recommendations.

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