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4 hours ago, Alchi said:

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

It's not about whether it's a recommendation or a letter of reference. I think they just wanted to clarify that U of T doesn't look at references/recommendations. It's an honest mistake though because most law schools do take references into account. I made the same assumption myself.

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On 3/22/2019 at 9:27 PM, scheong said:

Rejected a few days ago

cGPA: 3.48

LSAT: 166

1 academic, 1 professional reference. 

May I ask how's you B3?

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