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Got the email 2PM PST today!
 

4.05/4.5 with drops on Manitoba scale, LSAT 165

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Just received the email a couple minutes ago.

GPA - 4.10 in the Manitoba scale ( I think , I don't know if any grades were dropped)

LSAT -157

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I received an email a few minutes ago. 3.4 aGPA and 173 LSAT.

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Offer received today at 5pm EST! 4.11/4.5, 158 LSAT. Can't remember the index score formula, but it should be around 76 or so.

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Accepting the offer! 

GPA: 4.28 no drops

LSAT: 164

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Just received the email! Not sure if I'll  be accepting, but I am over the moon right now!!

AGPA: 4.33/4.5

LSAT: 156

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In! Glad to receive my fourth and final acceptance. 
 

AGPA: ~4.2/4.5

LSAT: 166

Index: Just about 85. 
 

Will be declining for somewhere closer to home. Good luck everyone!

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Got the email a little under half an hour ago.

GPA: ~4.0? without drops-- not from Manitoba and the range for 4.0 is 80-89 so I never figured that part out.

LSAT: 166

Will be declining. Congrats to everyone, and good luck to everyone out there who's still waiting! :)

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Received the offer email today. 

3.8 adjusted GPA and 162 LSAT.

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Accepting the offer.

GPA: 4.2ish w drops
LSAT 162
Index: 81.72 if I did it correctly a while ago.

See y'all who accept there next year.

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Received an offer (but rejected)

MB Resident (BScHon, PhD at UofM)

LSAT (3x): 157, 156, 160

GPA: Approx. 4.22 / 4.5 (Undergrad + Grad)

 

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Accepted at about 4PM MST. I declined as I have already accepted a spot closer to home.

AGPA: 4.17

LSAT: 166

Index Score ~84.6

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2 hours ago, jatthopefullawyer said:

did any 4th year applicants get accepted? I was told Manitoba is looking at grades from last semester. 

I’m 5th year, but I suppose it’s functionally the same, and I got accepted.

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