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Just checked online and my status has changed to "Offered Admission"

3.69 cGPA on OLSAS, 3.94 L2

171 LSAT

Haven't gotten an official email or anything yet so I definitely recommend checking your status online :)

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Just now, LetMeIn2020 said:

Underneath "term", does it say W2020? 

Just checked- Yes it does!

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Woo-hoo! Having a really awful day today and I feel much better after receiving a Western admissions offer through the student centre! 

CGPA: 3.63

B2/L2: 3.96

LSAT: 180

Congratulations to everyone who made it, and I an hoping for all the best for those still waiting!

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1 hour ago, Emekj said:

Just checked online and my status has changed to "Offered Admission"

3.69 cGPA on OLSAS, 3.94 L2

171 LSAT

Haven't gotten an official email or anything yet so I definitely recommend checking your status online :)

Cograts! You're going to have a tough decision to make 

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Just got in too!

CGPA: 3.46

LSAT: 166

Quick question - do we accept/decline through olsas not through the UWO center?

Also do you guys know if offers are conditional?

Thanks!

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3 hours ago, snow3355 said:

Just got in too!

CGPA: 3.46

LSAT: 166

Quick question - do we accept/decline through olsas not through the UWO center?

Also do you guys know if offers are conditional?

Thanks!

What were your L2/B2?

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