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5 minutes ago, mstang2020 said:

Where can you see if your application is under review? Can't find this in my OUAC account 

Log into your Osgoode account. The username and password are in the email they sent you.

Then you can click on the application status and it shows either "thank you for applying" or that it's under review.

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27 minutes ago, mstang2020 said:

Where can you see if your application is under review? Can't find this in my OUAC account 

You don't find it on OLSAS, it's on Osgoode's site (OASIS). You should have received a confirmation email from Osgoode a week or two back that says:

"To  monitor  the  status of your application, receive important updates and
view  the decision on your application, please visit the Osgoode Admissions
Student      Information      Site      (OASIS)      at      this     link:
https://www.osgoode.yorku.ca/oasis. "

The email also gives you your OASIS username and password. Once you're logged in, click "click here to view your application information" and then it's under application status.

*edit* oops, I'm seeing someone beat me to answering this, sorry!

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45 minutes ago, mstang2020 said:

Where can you see if your application is under review? Can't find this in my OUAC account 

In your OASIS account, under application information

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In queue (Dec 3rd)! 

Stats are 3.87 cGPA and 167

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31 minutes ago, vulperavulpin said:

I am In Queue on December 3rd! 

 

My stats are CGPA 3.80 and LSAT 162.

Exciting! My stats are vey similar just a slightly lower lsat - a 161. Not in queue yet though... hopefully soon! Goodluck to you:)

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Anyone with stats similar to mine in the queue yet? Sort of confused as to what being in the queue might mean

cGPA: 3.95

LSAT: 169

(edit: I am not in the queue yet)

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10 minutes ago, lukesdiner said:

Anyone with stats similar to mine in the queue yet? Sort of confused as to what being in the queue might mean

cGPA: 3.95

LSAT: 169

(edit: I am not in the queue yet)

I'm in queue with same GPA lower LSAT, don't worry too much. Apparently some people never get placed in queue. Your stats are great so you really have nothing to worry about.

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1 hour ago, lukesdiner said:

Anyone with stats similar to mine in the queue yet? Sort of confused as to what being in the queue might mean

cGPA: 3.95

LSAT: 169

(edit: I am not in the queue yet)

I'm not in queue yet, not the exact same stats but cGPA 3.95 and 165. The date keeps changing but no updates, dont know If that means anything. 

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Just now, lawapplier123 said:

Not in queue yet. 178 LSAT 3.92 GPA. 

welp at least we know conclusively that it's not stats-based 😂 

(also phenomenal marks, congrats!)

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I applied the friday before the saturday deadline, and OLSAS still hasn't release my GPA yet, so it could have something to do with my late OLSAS submission. I'm also a third year applicant. Either way, we'll find out soon enough. 

1 minute ago, peacelily said:

welp at least we know conclusively that it's not stats-based 😂 

(also phenomenal marks, congrats!)

 

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2 hours ago, lukesdiner said:

Anyone with stats similar to mine in the queue yet? Sort of confused as to what being in the queue might mean

cGPA: 3.95

LSAT: 169

(edit: I am not in the queue yet)

Have a look at the featured post at the top of the page and read Ryn's comment about being in queue. 

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For those who are in queue, could you also log into your LSAC account and check whether and when Osgoode has requested your reports from LSAC? Apparently, the schools would all make request to LSAC directly (tho I thought they would have it from OLSAS already). 

Mine application(3.66/170) is still frustratingly 11/11/2020 - Thank you blah blah blah and Osgoode requested LSAC on 4 Dec tho. 

Yes I know the queue doesn't mean anything and seeing someone with 3.92 & 178 not yet in queue gave me a lot of reassurance too. But let's face it, we are all freaking neurotics over this queue thing and prone to overthink everything. 

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58 minutes ago, elcs said:

For those who are in queue, could you also log into your LSAC account and check whether and when Osgoode has requested your reports from LSAC? Apparently, the schools would all make request to LSAC directly (tho I thought they would have it from OLSAS already). 

 

I just checked today (in queue as of the 3rd), Osgoode requested my LSAT score on Dec.3rd and then received a report on the 4th! 

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1 hour ago, elcs said:

For those who are in queue, could you also log into your LSAC account and check whether and when Osgoode has requested your reports from LSAC? Apparently, the schools would all make request to LSAC directly (tho I thought they would have it from OLSAS already). 

Mine application(3.66/170) is still frustratingly 11/11/2020 - Thank you blah blah blah and Osgoode requested LSAC on 4 Dec tho. 

Yes I know the queue doesn't mean anything and seeing someone with 3.92 & 178 not yet in queue gave me a lot of reassurance too. But let's face it, we are all freaking neurotics over this queue thing and prone to overthink everything. 

Weird, I didn't realize each school requests it separately, that makes no sense. I'm not in queue but Osgoode requested my score on Dec 3rd and received it on Dec 4th. 

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