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Went in Queue on January 15

cGPA - 3.0, L2 - 3.7, LSAT - 159 - completed Part B

2nd time applying (waitlisted until the end in 2019)

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On 1/10/2020 at 12:29 PM, Needmoreluck said:

Anyone is not in queue yet?

I am not as of yet. 

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In queue as of January 21! 

cGPA 3.76 according to OLSAS, LSAT 154, re-wrote in January 

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There are quite a few people with lower cGPAs and filled part B's in queue. Does this mean something?  

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I have a basic question to ask. What does "In queue‘" mean? The earlier you go "In queue", the bigger chances of getting in ?

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1 hour ago, Needmoreluck said:

I have a basic question to ask. What does "In queue‘" mean? The earlier you go "In queue", the bigger chances of getting in ?

False. It just means that you are placed in queue for review. It has no indication as to when you get in. Although I have a theory that osgoode groups similar stats into a group and place them into queue - but it has no weight as to when you get in. Please refer to old threads to see the trends 

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Hi guys! So I wanted to solve the queue mystery so I called osgoode admissions. The lady was very kind and she told me that most applicants are in queue by now and just because you are in queue does not mean your file has been read or will be anytime soon, unfortunately. :( however she did say that they are caught up with reading applications, not sure what  the significance of that is though lol 

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By any chance Is the in queue timing affected by the alphabetical order of last name? Or by something else? Do any of you have an idea?

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1 hour ago, peterpanman said:

I still haven't gotten "in queue" yet 

Should I be concerned.... 

Cgpa : 3.73

Lsat : 160

I’d definitely call and ask. They said mostly everyone is in queue by now. Those are solid stats by the way. 

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1 hour ago, peterpanman said:

I still haven't gotten "in queue" yet 

Should I be concerned.... 

Cgpa : 3.73

Lsat : 160

That's strange.

Did you just get your LSAT score or just submit your Fall grades?

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1 hour ago, NeverGiveUp said:

That's strange.

Did you just get your LSAT score or just submit your Fall grades

I wrote the October LSAT and no

I guess l'll contact them soon 🤔

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4 minutes ago, peterpanman said:

I wrote the October LSAT and no

I guess l'll contact them soon 🤔

Your stats are good. Hope you get in soon.

Admission Statistics 2019


Median CGPA: 3.66
Median LSAT score:  79th percentile

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In queue January 29th. Filled out part B. 

cGPA: 3.44 / B2: 3.62 / L2: 3.55         

LSAT: 154, 156 (Jan 2020)

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