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I know it's still pretty early in the cycle but I find it odd that Western hasn't accepted anyone yet (unless they have and no one has posted it) - does anyone else think this is strange or is it still too early to be thinking this way? I'm seeing "Accepted 2020" in most of the other threads except this one... idk just seems weird to me since Western's acceptances started in November last year.

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If you look at more datapoints than just last year, Western has ranged from late November to mid December. I'm expecting Western's first wave to be either this week or next week. They also tend to send first acceptances on Thursdays. 

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Someone posted a couple weeks ago saying that they called Western's admissions office and that they said the first wave will be in early December. I think it should definitely be this week. 

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I just hope they save some slots for anyone waiting on November's LSAT scores, haha.

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