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Just got an email seconds ago from UBC. I am officially waitlisted.

"You are currently on our waitlist and you may receive an offer of admission later in the year. At this time, we do not have a ranking order for the waitlist; however, one will become available by the end of May."

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could all yall amend your answers to include what program of study brought about those CGPAs just for us to get a better idea of whats going on with these admissions peoples and their reasoning. including Age would also help XD

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Shocked I got waitlisted...guess my personal statement helped me out.

LSAT: 156

GPA: ~89.7% (self calculated)

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Waitlisted yesterday

162

85.68 (confirmed)

I dont think I will ever get in, so I already went with another school. Good luck to everyone here!

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Waitlisted officially back in April but wanted to share stats here:
 

GPA 84.5%
LSAT 164

 

Have accepted elsewhere but would choose ubc if given the chance.

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2 hours ago, Prosecutorial said:

Waitlisted officially back in April but wanted to share stats here:
 

GPA 84.5%
LSAT 164

 

Have accepted elsewhere but would choose ubc if given the chance.

Wow Im surprised you were waitlisted with those stats

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Just emailed admissions for my ranking -- I am #27 on the waitlist

GPA: 79

LSAT: 169

 

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25 minutes ago, kkkbbb said:

Just emailed admissions for my ranking -- I am #27 on the waitlist

GPA: 79

LSAT: 169

 

Omg how did you get an answer? I just emailed and the person replied that the waitlist wouldnt be ranked till early june

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9 minutes ago, studenttt97 said:

Omg how did you get an answer? I just emailed and the person replied that the waitlist wouldnt be ranked till early june

I just sent the question as a 'reply' to the waitlist notification email and got a response within 30 minutes or so :)

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