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Just out of curiosity - does anyone know if the admissions team is on holiday break/going on holiday break today? For those of us in queue, is there a chance to potentially hear back between Monday and Wednesday or will the next few offers realistically trickle in in January?

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22 minutes ago, hopefullawstudent123 said:

Just out of curiosity - does anyone know if the admissions team is on holiday break/going on holiday break today? For those of us in queue, is there a chance to potentially hear back between Monday and Wednesday or will the next few offers realistically trickle in in January?

Honestly? Probably not. It's probably better that way, though, so we don't spend these next few days leading up to Christmas and/or the New Year in anxiety. 

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In queue for review on December 22nd.

LSAT: 161

CGPA: 3.74

Hard to judge Ec's but assume they're pretty average. Goodluck everyone!

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In queue as of December 23rd. My stats make me doubtful this has much to do with offer timeline, but decide for yourself.  

LSAT: 160

OLSAS cGPA: ~3.65

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