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Was offered a spot this morning!

OLSAS cGPA: 3.67

B2/L2: 3.8

LSAT: 166

Won't be accepting.

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Accepted this morning. 
 

LSAT: 161

cGPA: 3.69

L2: 3.95

will be declining for sure

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I am not sure why the first thread was locked; I am sure the mods can merge the two forthwith.

Accepted this morning.

B2 3.93, LSAT 163

Access Category*

-GM

*If I understand correctly,  I have no way to know whether I was actually admitted by the Access Committee, or whether they rejected my access claim but punted me back to the regular category, where I was then admitted.

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1 minute ago, megbeth said:

Received the email today!

cGPA: 3.1/4, L2: 3.7, LSAT: 160

Access or general?

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Folks, please try to keep these Accepted threads useful for future applicants. Read the banner at the top of the page and keep these threads free of extraneous discussion. Start a new thread if you want to discuss acceptances in general, categories of admissions, bursaries, etc. Or if you have a question for another member, the PM function works well.  Thank you!

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Accepted today, at around 10am this morning I recieved the email.

LSAT 160, 161

CGPA 3.81, Queens would not look at my B2/L2 because of how I completed my undergrad

Decent ECs, was part of a law society and helped organize a mooting committee, LORs are decent I suppose and had a Queens personal statement that was targeted to some of the weaknesses of my application such as not having a fulltime workload

Very Happy about this :)

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I don't know when I was accepted on the portal, but I did receive the email a few days ago. I applied access.

3.44cgpa,

3.97 - 3.98 B2/L2,

LSAT 164 (retake)

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Just got the email! SOLUS isn’t updated yet though. 

CGPA: 3.66 L2/B2: ~3.7

LSAT: 163

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