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1 hour ago, Zambo said:

Accepted yesterday (april 17)  at 11:40am

LSAT: 159 (this is an upgrade from a 152 back in 2016)

L2: 3.35

For people still waiting... DO NOT give up, folks get accepted from the waitlists alllllll through the summer. Don't let this process dampen your spirits, your dreams, or your goals. 

I can definitely ECHO THIS STATEMENT. Do not give up guys! Anything can happen in these next few weeks.. don't lose hope :)

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Accepted yesterday morning! 

LSAT: 156
L2: 3.5

Some law-related work experience and volunteering and 3 solid references.
Best of luck to those still waiting and thank you to everyone on this site that helped me with my numerous questions!

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Regular Applicant
LSAT: 153
L2: 78.0
cGPA: 75.0

Just declined my offer for another opportunity. I was accepted April 9th and commitment was due May 9th. I suspect another wave of acceptances will be coming shortly. Best of luck to everyone still waiting :)

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My brother was accepted and didn't bother to make an account so I am posting on his behalf. 

Regular Applicant - LSAT: 152, GPA: 73% 

He was rejected from ubc and waitlisted for uvic so likely will be accepting. 

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30 minutes ago, Lawpplicant said:

Anyone else still “pending decision?”

You should email or call TRU. I honestly thought that they had gone through all the applications by now. You should check to see if there is something up. 

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On 5/15/2020 at 11:35 PM, suitsqueen said:

My brother was accepted and didn't bother to make an account so I am posting on his behalf. 

Regular Applicant - LSAT: 152, GPA: 73% 

He was rejected from ubc and waitlisted for uvic so likely will be accepting. 

Was he a mature applicant? 

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On 8/20/2020 at 5:05 PM, harveyspecter12345 said:

Accepted off the waitlist today! 

Congrats! How were you contacted? 

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41 minutes ago, sportslawver said:

Accepted off the waitlist today!!!!!! 

Congrats! Did you apply regular, or special considerations?

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4 hours ago, sportslawver said:

Accepted off the waitlist today!!!!!! 

Congratulations! 

I'm applying for next year, and my stats are pretty similar (slightly lower GPA, higher LSAT). TRU's one of my top choices, so this gives me hope :)

Out of curiosity did you apply General or Special Consideration?

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I was just accepted yesterday. However, I'm an incoming transfer student from abroad that has to take many of the first year courses. I will be moving to Kamloops in the coming weeks so if anyone wants to start a study group or show a loner around give me a shout! Fingers crossed for the rest of you waiting. 

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