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Received an email at 3:10am (PST) that there had been updates made to my account. 

GPA: 3.63 (Unconfirmed). LSAT: 157 (last/best of three).

Subjectively strong EC's and reference letters but no connection to the East.

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Hey I'm so sorry to hear about your rejection - thank you for sharing, though!

Just wondering:
1. When did you apply?
2. What do you mean by 'unconfirmed' GPA? Is that an approximate CGPA with or without drops?

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3 hours ago, lilsebastian said:

Hey I'm so sorry to hear about your rejection - thank you for sharing, though!

Just wondering:
1. When did you apply?
2. What do you mean by 'unconfirmed' GPA? Is that an approximate CGPA with or without drops?

No problem! No hard feelings as it was at the bottom of my list (whole family is on the west coast). 

I applied in early October! I calculated my CGPA with drops to be around that but I might have done it wrong. I didn't pay much attention! 

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Rejected at 3:10 this morning via Email. 
 

Cga: 3.2 (155 credits and with 25% drop I expect it to be higher than 3.2) 

L2:3.52

LSAT: 155

Subjectively strong ECs and reference letters. West coast resident

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Rejected this morning 

cgpa: 3.46 (without drops)

lsat: 153 

Ontario resident, I applied in February.

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Rejected Tuesday

cgpa: 3.3 (OLSAS)

LSAT: 156

ECS = relevant work experience

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