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Got an email yesterday at around 3:00PM PST

166 LSAT, 3.5 cumulative (dual degree), 3.8 L2 (unconfirmed)

Strong references, essay, EC's 

Submitted my application at the end of September and references were submitted by the end of October.

Good luck to everyone!

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Got the email yesterday. 

149/163 LSAT

91% L2, so I think 4.0, but unconfirmed. 

Submitted the day applications opened and references were submitted by October 6th. 

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27 minutes ago, GrumpyMountie said:

Congrats! But shouldn't this be "Accepted 2020"?

Fixed it! 

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3 hours ago, GrumpyMountie said:

Congrats! But shouldn't this be "Accepted 2020"?

@GrumpyMountie

Sorry lol, a very long work day - and thank you!

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Got the email this afternoon.

CGPA: 10.1/12 (3.65 GPA using OLSAS Conversion Table)

L2: 3.78

LSAT: 159

Also have a masters degree, and 4 years work experience.

Strong references, essay, EC's (on a side note, I think most people likely think they have strong references, essay, EC's, so probably not a indicator).

Application submitted Oct. 17, references in on Oct. 30.

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Accepted Today

Applied in September 

LSAT- 159

GPA- 3.5

Extensive ECs, Years of Work Experience, Good References 

Will be accepting, see you guys in September!

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1 hour ago, Bjobin said:

Accepted Today

Applied in September 

LSAT- 159

GPA- 3.5

Extensive ECs, Years of Work Experience, Good References 

Will be accepting, see you guys in September!

Congratulations!

Can you clarify if your stated GPA is cGPA or L2?

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2 minutes ago, lawfacade123 said:

Congratulations!

Can you clarify if your stated GPA is cGPA or L2?

Sorry, L2

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Accepted today

160, 80% L2 UBC

Extensive experience, strong LORs

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Accepted Today 

GPA - 3.67

LSAT - 159

MA Degree, Extensive work experience and EC, Solid Referees

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Accepted on December 12th.  Big shoutout to my splitters still waiting.

CGPA 2.4

L2 3.48

LSAT 168

Some interesting life experiences, decent ECs.  No idea on the referees. 

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5 hours ago, brandydafinegurl said:

Accepted on December 12th.  Big shoutout to my splitters still waiting.

CGPA 2.4

L2 3.48

LSAT 168

Some interesting life experiences, decent ECs.  No idea on the referees. 

Congratulations!

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6 hours ago, morningcoffee said:

Were all you guys green circled prior to being accepted?

I am new so can you explain what the green circle is? 

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There is no green circle anymore. In previous cycles, what it meant was that your application was completely processed, if I understand correctly. The equivalent for this cycle would simply be the time at which you no longer have any outstanding tasks/items on your to-do list in the application portal.

-GM

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1 hour ago, GrumpyMountie said:

There is no green circle anymore. In previous cycles, what it meant was that your application was completely processed, if I understand correctly. The equivalent for this cycle would simply be the time at which you no longer have any outstanding tasks/items on your to-do list in the application portal.

-GM

ok thanks for the explanation, that makes sense now

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Accepted this morning!!!

CGPA: 3.94/4.0

LSAT: 158

Calgarian, undergraduate degree, no EC's, been working full-time with bouts of part time during school since 2007. Application was completed last week of October.

Ill likely be accepting, but seriously considering my offer at dal

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Accepted on December 12.

LSAT 162 and estimated L2 of 3.4.

Lots of work experience plus an MA.

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