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1 hour ago, JDSS said:

I was accepted off of the waitlist today. 

LSAT: 166

CGPA: 3.41 

 

L2? 

And are you accepting Alberta or Calgary? 

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accepted off the waitlist this afternoon 

LSAT: 156 

L2 GPA: ~3.7 

will be accepting! 

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Accepted off the waitlist today! Will be accepting!

L2: 3.5, LSAT: 158

 

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Just emailed and turned down my offer - good luck to the lucky person that gets my spot, seems like an amazing school and an even more amazing and friendly cohort!

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On 5/29/2020 at 8:59 PM, newtolaw said:

accepted off the waitlist this afternoon 

LSAT: 156 

L2 GPA: ~3.7 

will be accepting! 

I am on the UofC waitlist currently. Just wondering if you sent in a LOCI? I've heard not too common for Canadian schools but I just don't know!

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On 5/29/2020 at 5:33 PM, cguy said:

L2? 

And are you accepting Alberta or Calgary? 

Did you send in a LOCI?

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4 hours ago, ohlawdy said:

Did you send in a LOCI?

I would recommend not doing that. If you open the attachment on the waitlist email, U of C specifically mentions that they have all they need and not to send anything else. 

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23 hours ago, ohlawdy said:

I am on the UofC waitlist currently. Just wondering if you sent in a LOCI? I've heard not too common for Canadian schools but I just don't know!

Nope, I ended up being accepted a few days after I was waitlisted so I don't think that was necessary. 

19 hours ago, Kingifer said:

I would recommend not doing that. If you open the attachment on the waitlist email, U of C specifically mentions that they have all they need and not to send anything else. 

As well, as @Kingifer said, the email they sent when waitlisted states that you do not need to send anything else in as they have all the required documents. I really don't think it's needed 

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