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Accepted this morning!

L2: 3.91 (self-calculated)

LSAT: 156 (one write)

I am 100% accepting! Can't wait to get this journey started! 

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Just received the offer! Never been so happy and wasn’t expecting to hear until April! 

L2: 3.63 (confirmed) 

LSAT Avg: 159 

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Can't believe I'm posting this, but... JUST GOT AN OFFER!

UBC student, so my stats had to be converted from %
CGPA: 71.2% 
L2: 77.9% (3.3 self-calculated)
LSAT: 165

Index: 239.25 

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Accepted this afternoon! 

LSAT: 159 (October 2019)

L2: 3.8

Will be declining, best of luck to everyone still waiting! :)

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