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Just now, faith8 said:

Rejected 

B2 3.7 

CGPA 3.5

Lsat 154 

Were you rejected today or yesterday, via email or SOLUS?

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1 hour ago, LAWandHOCKEY said:

Rejected this morning on SOLUS. No email yet.

L2: 3.51

LSAT: 165

I actually had received an email yesterday. I saw it today in my spam folder rather than junk mail. 

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20 hours ago, Ree said:

Were you rejected today or yesterday, via email or SOLUS?

Yesterday, June 25

Through SOLUS- said application unsuccessful under university decision and there will be a letter to follow

**Just checked spam mail now and saw the email dated June 24 

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1 hour ago, legallyillegal said:

how/when did u find out!

i checked the queens portal this morning and saw that my status said "Your application  has been unsuccessful" 

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Rejected. 3.33 CGPA, 3.68 B2, 163 LSAT.

Wait listed last year with a 3.11 CGPA and 158 LSAT.

I hope this helps ^ for people wondering about their chances.

Ready to move on. Disappointed that the school does not offer feedback to applicants. Probably won't apply to Queen's again next year.

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45 minutes ago, Husns said:

Rejected. 3.33 CGPA, 3.68 B2, 163 LSAT.

Wait listed last year with a 3.11 CGPA and 158 LSAT.

I hope this helps ^ for people wondering about their chances.

Ready to move on. Disappointed that the school does not offer feedback to applicants. Probably won't apply to Queen's again next year.

Hope you getting off one of the wait-lists you are on.

 If not I suggest you apply to more law schools next cycle, including schools out of Ontario.

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1 hour ago, Husns said:

Rejected. 3.33 CGPA, 3.68 B2, 163 LSAT.

Wait listed last year with a 3.11 CGPA and 158 LSAT.

I hope this helps ^ for people wondering about their chances.

Ready to move on. Disappointed that the school does not offer feedback to applicants. Probably won't apply to Queen's again next year.

Hi There,

I am so sorry about this - you have been quite active on these forums and wish you the best of luck. I just want to let you know that the Admissions team at Queen's are actually happy to provide feedback. Try reaching out to the admin at Queen's Law and set up a meeting with the Dean of Admissions. Alternatively anyone else on the admissions committee should be able to give you feedback. Usually they schedule time between September and the November 1st deadline!

Hope this helps :)

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5 minutes ago, lawcat said:

Hi There,

I am so sorry about this - you have been quite active on these forums and wish you the best of luck. I just want to let you know that the Admissions team at Queen's are actually happy to provide feedback. Try reaching out to the admin at Queen's Law and set up a meeting with the Dean of Admissions. Alternatively anyone else on the admissions committee should be able to give you feedback. Usually they schedule time between September and the November 1st deadline!

Hope this helps :)

Thank you! It's good to know that it might be worth trying.

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2 hours ago, Husns said:

Rejected. 3.33 CGPA, 3.68 B2, 163 LSAT.

Wait listed last year with a 3.11 CGPA and 158 LSAT.

I hope this helps ^ for people wondering about their chances.

Ready to move on. Disappointed that the school does not offer feedback to applicants. Probably won't apply to Queen's again next year.

don't give up. The applicant pool is different every year.

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