Typically, in past cycles anyway, the combination of a high LSAT and a high CGPA will be the apps that receive the very first offers. These should likely go out sometime next week, if previous timelines are an indication. This would mean that Osgoode has all apps by now, and has sorted the very top candidates already. There was a year, maybe two or three ago, where the first offers were out in mid-November but that clearly isn't the norm.
Don't rely on the In Queue designation. Some will
Thankfully I did get in!
I actually did start one for this year. However, it is admittedly a mess as I lost interest after realizing they were clearly deviating from the suspected index formula. I now do not have the time to fix/continue with it. Hopefully someone will do it for next year's applicants.
So you start with a protein BLAST search for all the proteins containing the amino acid sequence 'LAWYER', take your handy dandy genetic code chart (below for ease of reference) to work out all the permutations of the codons capable of producing that sequence, and then run a nucleotide BLAST search and make sure you have all of those genes. Guaranteed to be a great lawyer but probably a shit geneticist (even moreso if you trained as a biochemist but are making grand statements about genetics).