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Accepted threads are for posting your stats only and for asking brief questions related to the stats someone posts, e.g., asking for L2. These threads are not the place for further discussion, which should be asked via PM or in a new thread. OT posts will be deleted. Thank you!

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27 minutes ago, Husns said:

Hey - you're a reapplicant right?

Yup! This is my second cycle applying! 

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Finally heard back! Got the email today,

LSAT: 163

GPA: 3.63      L2: 3.79

Will be declining as I've already accepted UVIC but I appreciate the ego boost! 😆

Congratulations to everyone who heard back and good luck next year to all who accept!

 

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8 minutes ago, perpetuallytired said:

Finally heard back! Got the email today,

LSAT: 163

GPA: 3.63      L2: 3.79

Will be declining as I've already accepted UVIC but I appreciate the ego boost! 😆

Congratulations to everyone who heard back and good luck next year to all who accept!

 

Were you also access category?

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Offer received April 7th at 2:15pm.

Category: General
LSAT: 158
CGPA: 3.42
 
Not sure why I got accepted here before hearing back from uOttawa, which I'm favouring due to the advantages when it comes to public law and personal logistics. Going to put the deposit down, if need be.

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1 minute ago, MajorAgnostic said:

Offer received April 7th at 2:15pm.

Category: General
LSAT: 158
CGPA: 3.42
 
Not sure why I got accepted here before hearing back from uOttawa, which I'm favouring due to the advantages when it comes to public law and personal logistics. Going to put the deposit down, if need be.

L2? 

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1 minute ago, jatthopefullawyer said:

L2? 

Not too sure, but not much better I would think. Then again, I'm not sure how many courses they require for full-time status or how exactly they determine best/last two. My grades and course load are unevenly distributed so it's hard to say, but I believe that my ECs are pretty solid and I'm a good writer, so my personal statement probably helped a fair bit. Hope that helps.

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Got the email today!

CGPA: 3.54

B2: 3.64ish (if I remember properly)

LSAT: 158

Strong ECs, PS, and references

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Accepted Apr 7th!

3.0 cPGA

3.4 L2Y

162 LSAT  

Not sure if I will accept yet but really happy I got in. Really didn't expect this. 

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10 hours ago, deepdybala said:

Accepted Apr 7th!

3.0 cPGA

3.4 L2Y

162 LSAT  

Not sure if I will accept yet but really happy I got in. Really didn't expect this. 

Access or general?

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Accepted yesterday around 3:00pm

 

LSAT: 158 

GPA: around 3.72 (increasing after this semester)

- EC’s pretty strong, semi-pro hockey before university, worked full-time during school, community volunteering every summer, coached youth soccer in community- more but too lazy lol! 
 

Goodluck to all (accepted provisionally, waiting for Osgoode)

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20 hours ago, MajorAgnostic said:

Offer received April 7th at 2:15pm.

Category: General
LSAT: 158
CGPA: 3.42
 
Not sure why I got accepted here before hearing back from uOttawa, which I'm favouring due to the advantages when it comes to public law and personal logistics. Going to put the deposit down, if need be.

Congrats!! What was your B2 & L2?

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30 minutes ago, coolbeans99 said:

Congrats!! What was your B2 & L2?

B2 is about 3.85, and L2 will be about same!

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Accepted two days ago, will likely be declining since I am more leaning towards Ottawa. 

cGPA: 3.76

LSAT: 158

General

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3 hours ago, FujiApple said:

Accepted two days ago, will likely be declining since I am more leaning towards Ottawa. 

cGPA: 3.76

LSAT: 158

General

Hi there, 

Congratulations on your acceptances! Do you mind if I ask what they gave you as a deadline to accept/reject your offers? I am just trying to get an idea of timeline! Thank you!

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6 hours ago, luna88 said:

Hi there, 

Congratulations on your acceptances! Do you mind if I ask what they gave you as a deadline to accept/reject your offers? I am just trying to get an idea of timeline! Thank you!

April 17th deadline for a response. 

Edit: and Ottawa was April 16th for me (I was accepted to queen's, a few days ago and ottawa a week or two ago)

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