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Got the email, never expected to make it so not a big deal, plus I have multiple offers elsewhere along with schools I haven't heard from.

cGPA: 3.56, L2: 3.61

LSAT 162

Last name R

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Rejected a couple hours ago, also applied for the JD/MSW program, also not surprised. It's actually kind of a relief because it makes my future decisions way easier hahaha.

cGPA 3.33

L2/B3 3.55

LSAT 162

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Rejected as expected. :)

CGPA: 2.68 / B: 2.95 / LSAT: 168 (Nov). Mature applicant.

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2 hours ago, mett said:

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

I'm surprised you got rejected with those stats, A average and a 164, how?

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Also rejected. Low expectations because of the LSAT score. 

cGPA: 3.96

LSAT: 155

Good luck with your other applications everyone

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Rejected yesterday with the super long email. LSAT 157, cGPA 3.57, L2 3.59. Not surprised but didn't hurt to apply!

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Rejected last night, as expected. UofT was a longshot for me and I just wanted to throw my hat in the ring.

cGPA: 3.7

LSAT: 159

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Rejected last night.  Same lengthy email about applying in later years as transfer/upper year.   Figured it didn't hurt to apply in the mature category.

CGPA: 3.4

LSAT: 156

Career in law mgmt , volunteer in multiple NFP incl. A2J

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13 hours ago, Iyaiaey said:

I'm surprised you got rejected with those stats, A average and a 164, how?

Oh well, I'm not going to dwell on it. I'd like to think that what you choose to do with the opportunities you have is much more important than what school you get into. 

For what it's worth, U of T costs too much anyways.

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16 minutes ago, mett said:

Oh well, I'm not going to dwell on it. I'd like to think that what you choose to do with the opportunities you have is much more important than what school you get into. 

That is what they said in their rejection email. Although they are probably saying it to "make us feel better", I kind of agree with it.

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Rejected yesterday, not surprised at all.

LSAT 166

cGPA 3.53

B3 3.65

Strong upward trend in my grades. Moderate softs. 

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Posted (edited)

Rejected as expected. :)

158 LSAT

CGPA 3.75

L2: 3.81 

Double Degree (BA and BSC)

Killer recommendations and EC. 

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57 minutes ago, Alchi said:

Rejected as expected. :)

158 LSAT

CGPA 3.75

L2: 3.81 

Double Degree (BA and BSC)

Killer recommendations and EC. 

I didn't know that U of T took letters of recommendation.

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8 minutes ago, Eeee said:

I didn't know that U of T took letters of recommendation.

They don't 

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18 hours ago, Eeee said:

I didn't know that U of T took letters of recommendation.

By recommendations, I meant the two referee letters that are submitted to OLSAS. I thought that was a given. Sorry for the misunderstanding. 

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