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A reminder that Accepted threads are for posting your stats only and for asking brief questions related to the stats that someone posts, e.g., asking for L2. These threads are not a place for further discussion, which should be asked via PM or in a new thread. Off-topic posts will be deleted. Thank you!

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3 hours ago, NeverTooLate said:

Congratulations!! What's your L2? Are you accepting?

tbh not sure probs around 3.5? i never bothered calculating haha

 

not sure about the accept yet. waiting on a few more schools

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1 hour ago, Benzo said:

Got the offer today, will be accepting :)

 

L2: 3.78 LSAT: 162 

Were you accepted off the waitlist?

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Just got the email today. 159 LSAT, 3.08GPA for an MA degree and banking experience 😎

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2 hours ago, dwight453 said:

Were you accepted off the waitlist?

Nope, I wrote the January LSAT. 

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Accepted on Thurdsday :) 

GPA: 3.71

CGPA 3.3

LSAT: 164

Fair amount of volunteer experience 

Have already accepted and submitted payment, could not be more excited!!!

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Accepted off the waitlist today.

L2 3.6, LSAT 157, 154

PhD in biochemistry. Not very impressive ECs.

Will be declining.

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Accepted off the waitlist! 

L2: not sure but about a 3.75 

CGPA: 3.62 

LSAT: 160 

lots of ECs and good reference letters 

Already accepted my offer!!

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Accepted today off the waitlist!

GPA 3.3/4.0

LSAT 160 

Good EC’s and great references.

Will be declining. Hope that opens up a spot for someone else :) 

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On 4/16/2020 at 8:53 PM, TooYoung said:

Accepted today off of the waitlist.

CGPA: 2.8

L2: 3.7

LSAT: 159 (Jan 2020)

Congrats!

Where will you go, TRU or Calgary?

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On 4/16/2020 at 2:06 PM, anj said:

Accepted today off the waitlist!

GPA 3.3/4.0

LSAT 160 

Good EC’s and great references.

Will be declining. Hope that opens up a spot for someone else :) 

is GPA L2?

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Accepted this afternoon!! 

Was not waitlisted prior to this so I'm pretty suprised.

LSAT: 160

cGPA: 3.6/4.0

L2: 3.8/4.0

Deposit is due June 4 and there's a good chance I accept

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I was accepted off of the waitlist today. 

LSAT: 166

CGPA: 3.41 

 

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