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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 4th year and sent in my grades from last term and was accepted.

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1 minute ago, Somethingaboutlaw said:

Are you from U Manitoba? 

UWinnipeg.

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On 1/31/2020 at 3:02 PM, jatthopefullawyer said:

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

I'm in my 4th year not at UManitoba and sent in my grades from the fall term and was accepted.

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Just got in! First acceptance so far. 

LSAT: 159 AGPA: 3.97 ish

Index: Around 76.3 I believe 

Ontario resident. 

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Accepted Today!

AGPA: 3.98/4.5

LSAT: 162 (jan)

Index: 79.22

Given until April 1st to decide. Will be Accepting!

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10 minutes ago, ImpracticalJokers said:

Given until March 1st to decide. Will be Accepting!

I have until April 1. I wonder why they gave different dates 

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Got the email on Feb 18, will be declining for another offer.

Individual consideration category (mature student), BC resident

GPA: 3.95/4.00

LSAT: 151, 156

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Got the email on Wednesday, accepted through the Individual Consideration category. 

GPA 3.8/4.0

LSAT 156

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On 2/18/2020 at 12:26 PM, lawstudent67 said:

Accepted this morning! Gpa of 86% (not sure how they dropped etc) and lsat of 157!

Declined my offer for a school closer to home! Good luck everyone!

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