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Just got the email today!

L2: 3.98/4.0 

CGPA: 3.68/4.0 (OLSAS calculation)

LSAT: 154

Surprised with my low LSAT so hoping it wasn't an administrative error lol!

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Congratulations !! That's amazing. :)  What time did you recieve the email approx? General Category?

 

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4 minutes ago, legallybronde9 said:

Congratulations !! That's amazing. :)  What time did you recieve the email approx? General Category?

 

Thank you!! 10:30 MST and yes, general!

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30 minutes ago, barry2269 said:

Just got the email today!

L2: 3.98/4.0 

CGPA: 3.68/4.0 (OLSAS calculation)

LSAT: 154

Surprised with my low LSAT so hoping it wasn't an administrative error lol!

congrats, that's awesome!

what are your softs like? Did you tailor PS towards social justice?

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9 minutes ago, Tanya9806 said:

congrats, that's awesome!

what are your softs like? Did you tailor PS towards social justice?

Thank you!!! So nice to know going into finals lol!

I've been working two jobs during my degree with one as a legal assistant at an immigration firm, so I definitely worked that in with social justice! My other job is serving and I'm the President of a club at my university. I also have a research article in the works but nothing published yet!!

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1 hour ago, barry2269 said:

Just got the email today!

L2: 3.98/4.0 

CGPA: 3.68/4.0 (OLSAS calculation)

LSAT: 154

Surprised with my low LSAT so hoping it wasn't an administrative error lol!

Congrats!! What is the first letter of your last name?

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Please take note of the message at the top of the page. Any further posts with extraneous discussion will be deleted!  Thank you!

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On 12/4/2019 at 12:01 PM, barry2269 said:

Just got the email today!

L2: 3.98/4.0 

CGPA: 3.68/4.0 (OLSAS calculation)

LSAT: 154

Surprised with my low LSAT so hoping it wasn't an administrative error lol!

Which lsat did you write? 

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On 12/4/2019 at 11:01 AM, barry2269 said:

Just got the email today!

L2: 3.98/4.0 

CGPA: 3.68/4.0 (OLSAS calculation)

LSAT: 154

Surprised with my low LSAT so hoping it wasn't an administrative error lol!

is this for dual jd or jd?

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6 hours ago, harveyspecter12345 said:

is this for dual jd or jd?

JD. I applied for both but dual JD still says incomplete!

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Accepted Jan 15 around 2pm by email

3.5 cGPA/ 3.93 B3/ 170 LSAT

Strong softs.

Best wishes to all!!

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Accepted in November for dual JD, and accepted in single JD in early December. 

3.56cGPA, 163 LSAT.

Will decline both most likely.

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Accepted today! 

3.85 cgpa and 155 LSAT. 
 

Best of luck to all 🤗

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Got the email yesterday (Jan 29)!

3.55 cgpa and 159 lsat 

I'm currently in fourth year of my undergrad so I'm not sure what my l2 would be. Super shocked and happy to have received an offer so early with these stats 😊

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6 hours ago, tracky said:

Got the email yesterday (Jan 29)!

3.55 cgpa and 159 lsat 

I'm currently in fourth year of my undergrad so I'm not sure what my l2 would be. Super shocked and happy to have received an offer so early with these stats 😊

Do you know when you got referred to admissions by chance?

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