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Got the email earlier today!

LSAT avg: 153

GPA: 3.99 or 4.0 depending on how they rounded it

Most likely accepting 😊

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In today!

LSAT: 145, 152, 155, 156, 157 (hope that gives some of you hope!)

UBC grad and BC resident, GPA without drops is 87%, not sure how they calculated it!

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Accepted today! 

L2 self calculated: 3.85

LSAT: 157

was very nervous with my lower lsat score, so very happy to have gotten in! Am waiting on some other schools before accepting.

Congratulations to all! 

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Accepted while I was at Church lol.

L2: 3.5

LSAT: 161 (January write)

I was quite surprised I got in to be honest.

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Accepted today! 

L2: 3.8

LSAT: 158 (July 2019 write)

Not sure if I`ll be accepting here or another school yet!

 

Congrats to everyone that got in!

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Accepted on Wednesday!

 

L60: 3.89

LSAT: 160 

 

Not sure if I'll be accepting here or in Ontario!

 

Congrats!

 

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2 hours ago, Frogman said:

Accepted on Wednesday

157 LSAT 

3.77/4.33 CGPA

Congrats on getting in! Do you know what your L2 is on the 4.0 scale?

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Got the offer Feb 26!

LSAT: 154

CGPA: 3.87/4.0

L2: 3.94/4.0

Regular Admissions

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Admitted. 

 

Indigenous application with strong reference letters, extensive volunteer experience, and community connection. No undergrad degree though, only 90 credits.

LSAT: 159

GPA: 3.97 

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Accepted today at 1pm. Longest wait of my life.

LSAT 155

L2 GPA 3.85 unconfirmed

Congrats to those accepted and best of luck to those still waiting! 

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Accepted today!

LSAT: 156

GPA: I'm not too sure. U of M calculated 3.91 and OUAC calculated a 3.3

90 credits completed of degree. Number of years working as LAA/Paralegal. 

Pumped!!

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Accepted earlier today! 

LSAT: 153, 159 average 156 

GPA: not sure how it translated since I go to an Ontario percentage school but my Ontario GPA is 3.66 with L2/B2 being 3.74

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On 3/12/2020 at 3:22 PM, Justacceptme said:

Accepted today at 1pm. Longest wait of my life.

LSAT 155

L2 GPA 3.85 unconfirmed

Congrats to those accepted and best of luck to those still waiting! 

Do you mind sharing when you submitted your app?

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