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39 minutes ago, sashaflute said:

What a nice surprise! 

lsat 169 cgpa 3.97 

Congrats everyone!

Congrats!

But I am surprised that you were surprised. 😄

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Hi everyone! I was really glad and humbled to see that Western accepted me so quickly. I first saw the offer last night on Student Centre. Congrats to everyone who got in so far, and good luck to those waiting! :) 

OLSAS GPA: 3.6

L2: 3.7

LSAT: 166

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On 12/12/2019 at 3:07 PM, 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!

Hi may I ask what your L2 was? 

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45 minutes ago, BaashaBhai said:

Hey how about L2?

My L2 is 3.95 out of 4

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On 12/14/2019 at 2:33 AM, saltedcaramelmocha said:

Got the email today :) 

OLSAS cGPA: 3.72

LSAT: 166

Was your email just saying to log in to your portal? I only got that one not an official acceptance email.

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Wow I've been waiting 3 years to write this!! 

Accepted this morning via student centre 

CGPA: 3.67 B2/L2: 3.85

LSAT 161 

good work experience/ EC/ references cuz I'm a full send kinda gal 

 

yay! 

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Just got my acceptance via the student center! 

CGPA: 3.64

LSAT 176

Good work experience (but not in anything related to law), Decent ECs, references. 

 

Good luck everyone!

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Accepted!
3.59 cGPA, 3.61 L2, 164
Graduate degree. Probably average ECs/LORs/PS.

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