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52 minutes ago, Cheech said:

It's self calculated. How would I go about getting it verified?

You can email U of A and ask them to give you the gpa they have for you. 

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9 minutes ago, fira17 said:

I don’t think that’s necessarily true because at this point, U of A isn’t even reading personal statements. People are strictly being accepted based on numbers. They won’t look at any any other factor until they get to the holistic round. 

They don't need to read the OP's PS to know his / her engineering background.

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8 minutes ago, NeverGiveUp said:

They don't need to read the OP's PS to know his / her engineering background.

I’m well aware. What you’re not aware of is the fact that U of A doesnt take this into consideration at all until the holistic round. 

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Just got the email.

CGPA: 3.8 (unconfirmed)

L2: 3.9 (unconfirmed) 

LSAT: 162 avg (2 writes)

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Just checked my U of A inbox to find an offer of admission (from yesterday). 

cGPA: 4.0 (on a 4.0 scale)

LSAT: 157 (one write) 

NL resident

I've gotten into a couple of other schools; still weighing my options/waiting to hear from others. Congratulations to all accepted/good luck to all waiting! :) 

 

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Got the email yesterday.

LSAT: 154 & 159 for an average of 156.5

GPA: 4.12/4.33 (without any drops)

L2: 4.28/4.33

 

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Got an offer

L2: 3.64 (unconfirmed) might be 3.71, depending if they included certain extra to degree courses

LSAT: 164 (single write - January 2020)

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Accepted with scholarship. 

Complete in January (Summer LSAT, still in school)

L2: Almost 4.0

LSAT: 163

I'm excited, I'm not sure if I'll go to the welcome or not yet. 

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Just checked after seeing all of the acceptances and also have an offer from two hours ago!

LSAT: 162

L2: 3.95 (self-calculated)

Have also been accepted to UofC so I'm unsure if I'll be attending. 

Congrats to all! :) 

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10 minutes ago, cslater said:

Just checked after seeing all of the acceptances and also have an offer from two hours ago!

LSAT: 162

L2: 3.95 (self-calculated)

Have also been accepted to UofC so I'm unsure if I'll be attending. 

Congrats to all! :) 

Did you check the beartrack or you have received the email at the same time?

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