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Accepted Windsor Dual JD 2020

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Congrats! How long until after your status changed to "Referred admissions committee" did you receive your acceptances?

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Accepted last week!

LSAT: 160, OLSAS cGPA 3.52, B2 3.7

Varsity athlete and decent work experience/ECs otherwise.

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Received an email today! 

cGPA: 3.3 

B2: around 3.7-3.8 (did not calculate) 

LSAT: 152 

I did not think I had any chance of being accepted with my low stats but here’s some hope for everyone! (I did tailor towards social justice) 

Will most likely be accepting. 
Goodluck everyone! 
 

 

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Anyone want to make a Facebook group for those accepted to dual?

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Accepted early Feb!

cGPA: 3.4

LSAT: 154

Diverse ECs and a few long term volunteering roles/research + club executive role 

Also applied single but still shows referred to admissions. 

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2 hours ago, rs97 said:

Anyone want to make a Facebook group for those accepted to dual?

I found someone who made one titled "Windsor Law Dual JD Class of 2023"! 

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I received an offer of admission today (Feb 27th)

LSAT: 159 (Jan)

CGPA: 3.91

 

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Accepted today.

 

Cumulative 2.9, LSAT 174

 

Best of luck to all those still waiting!

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31 minutes ago, Job1122 said:

Accepted today.

 

Cumulative 2.9, LSAT 174

 

Best of luck to all those still waiting!

Congrats!

What about your L2 and ECs?

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Accepted today around 5:30

OLSAS cGPA: 3.04 L2: 3.71 LSAT: 164 (Jan)

Offer expires April 22nd. 

First acceptance!!

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16 hours ago, Boundless said:

Accepted today around 5:30

OLSAS cGPA: 3.04 L2: 3.71 LSAT: 164 (Jan)

Offer expires April 22nd. 

First acceptance!!

Congrats! How did they notify you? And when did you fully complete your application? 

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11 minutes ago, ddeevvyy said:

Congrats! How did they notify you? And when did you fully complete your application? 

Thanks! I received an email notification. Sent my supplemental in Feb 3rd. 

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Got the email today! 

LSAT: 154

cGPA: 3.35 L2/B2: 3.78

Strong EC's, softs and reference letters! (according to two people who have previously worked in admissions) 

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Accepted today! 
 

CGPA: 3.6

B2: 3.7

LSAT: 159

will be declining 

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