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Admitted Tuesday Feb 11 to JD.

 

3.83 cGPA

 

158 LSAT

 

General, I do have a pHD and some law firm experience.

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17 minutes ago, MuSung said:

Admitted Tuesday Feb 11 to JD.

 

3.83 cGPA

 

158 LSAT

 

General, I do have a pHD and some law firm experience.

Congratulations! May I ask what discipline your PhD is in?

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36 minutes ago, Squidly77 said:

Congratulations! May I ask what discipline your PhD is in?

Pharmaceutical Chemistry, thinking of pursuing pharma IP

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Admitted to com law (general) 2 days ago! 

cGPA: 3.7 & LSAT: 159 

Poli Sci and Classical Civ undergrad at UofT + 2 years of law firm experience. 

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Crying of happiness, can't believe I'm posting! 

Accepted Feb 12th, didn't notice until today.

cGPA: 3.73

LSAT: 154 (October), 160 (January)

4th year nursing student from Northern Ontario with critical care background, extensive research and policy writing experience, and lots of volunteer work with marginalized youth. 

So humbled, likely accepting as uOttawa was my top choice!

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Long-time lurker of all of these forums and I'm thrilled to finally be able to post! 

I was accepted on Wednesday (February 12) - I applied under the Access category and the following are my stats:

LSAT: 161
L2: 3.82
cGPA: 3.70

Best of luck to you all, I hope you hear back soon with good news! 

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What a dream come true! Cannot believe it and still in shock...

I applied under the general category and received my offer of admission today (Feb 14 - suddenly, I love Valentine's Day)

Here are my stats:

LSAT: 160

L2: 3.94

cGPA: 3.78

Good luck to all, hang in there, and I hope you receive great news soon!

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Accepted today! Congratulations to everyone who has been admitted and best of luck to those still waiting.

cGPA: 3.5, 82%

L2/B2: 3.6/3.8

LSAT: 157

Paralegal license, Master's Degree, 5 years at a law firm (summers or part-time during school), Decent ECs

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Accepted yesterday but I didn't see the email until this morning. I will 100% be accepting since Ottawa is my top choice!

cGPA: 3.32 B2: 3.6~ LSAT 157 Access 

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14 hours ago, jrt97 said:

Accepted today! Congratulations to everyone who has been admitted and best of luck to those still waiting.

cGPA: 3.5, 82%

L2/B2: 3.6/3.8

LSAT: 157

Paralegal license, Master's Degree, 5 years at a law firm (summers or part-time during school), Decent ECs

Regular category? Congratulations!

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Accepted Friday 14th Feb

cGPA - 3.4

L2 - 3.7

LSAT - 155

General Applicant 

Assuming my personal statement and reference letters were pretty good since I'm rather surprised to be accepted this early! Will probably be accepting!

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