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Got an email from Schulich law admissions saying that my application is considered complete and that the assessment process has begun. What I'm curious about is what exactly this means. Does the assessment process mean they're taking a look at my file, and I can expect a decision some time in the near future, or is it just a way of confirming that my application is finished and that whenever they get around to it, they'll get around to it?

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I also very recently got this email - the same day my second reference submitted. Based on previous years the earliest offers aren't until November/December-ish, so I'm assuming this just means we're ready to be assessed whenever they get around to it.

Edited by lh22

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Does your status say 'Written notification to follow'?

edit: Under 'decision'.

Edited by Kalobis
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50 minutes ago, Kalobis said:

Does your status say 'Written notification to follow'?

edit: Under 'decision'.

Yes, it does. 

47 minutes ago, Syndicate03 said:

When did you guys send off your applications? 

I submitted mine with everything but one reference in early September--about the second or third. My application wasn't considered complete until recently because it took one of my referees until early October to finish my letter of recommendation. 

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@Syndicate03 I also sent mine in September, with the exception of one reference who submitted last week.

@Kalobis Yes, it does say that.

 

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I never got an email saying my file was complete, but it appears to be.

@Syndicate03 I applied the day the portal opened, but they never received my application until I followed up with them on Monday. It went from nothing to complete in an hour or so.

@lh22 Thanks!

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