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In queue Jan 19

CGPA: 3.42

L2: 3.79

LSAT: 165

I filled out part B! I'm ready to sit here until spring/summer 😅.

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Did anyone else's status of application date change, but the application status message remains the same ("Thank you for applying...")? I'm wondering if that means anything or if I'm just reading into it too much lol. 

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Just now, honeydijon said:

Did anyone else's status of application date change, but the application status message remains the same ("Thank you for applying...")? I'm wondering if that means anything or if I'm just reading into it too much lol. 

Me , I have no idea what it means I haven't went in queue for a while.

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5 minutes ago, sarahoran12 said:

Me , I have no idea what it means I haven't went in queue for a while.

I guess it can mean anything. My stats are on the lower end, so I don't expect to be accepted soon (if at all). It's still exciting to see something change though! 

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23 minutes ago, honeydijon said:

Did anyone else's status of application date change, but the application status message remains the same ("Thank you for applying...")? I'm wondering if that means anything or if I'm just reading into it too much lol. 

Mine did a little while ago and I went into queue today. I speculate that it might have been because they received an updated GPA since it was a little bit after I sent in my updated transcript? 

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13 minutes ago, mmich said:

Mine did a little while ago and I went into queue today. I speculate that it might have been because they received an updated GPA since it was a little bit after I sent in my updated transcript? 

Ahhh that’s exciting! Hopefully you hear back soon! 

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Meant to post this a while back!

In queue as of Dec 21st.

cGPA: 3.74

L2: 3.9

LSAT: 163 (wrote the Jan LSAT as well but scores haven't come out yet)

Here's hoping!!

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In queue as of Jan 21 as well!

LSAT: 168

cGPA: 3.0

* I wrote a Part B to defend my low cGPA

B2: 3.7

I don't anticipate being accepted but it's nice to know that I'm being reviewed now :)

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In queue as of Jan 21

cGPA: 3.43

B2: 3.73

LSAT: 165 (Aug Flex)

Part B for performance considerations

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In queue January 19th

LSAT: 170
cGPA:3.30

L2: 3.64

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In queue as of Jan 21st! 

LSAT: 166 

cGPA: 2.91 

L2: 3.54 ~ ive gotten different calculations recently so not certain but it was an 80% avg. 

Filled out part B. not expecting an acceptance but it is nice to see some movement :) 

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Went into queue on Jan 19th!

LSAT: 154, 156

cGPA: 3.88 (with fall grades)

L2: 3.87 (Not with fall grades)

Happy to see some sort of movement on my application although I am prepared to be waiting for a LONG time. 

Good Luck to everyone else in queue!

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In queue on 20 Jan

LSAT: 170

cGPA: 3.66

Filled out part B

Finally some movements!

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On 1/21/2021 at 1:50 AM, honeydijon said:

Did anyone else's status of application date change, but the application status message remains the same ("Thank you for applying...")? I'm wondering if that means anything or if I'm just reading into it too much lol. 

Mine also did that, my original application date was back in Nov and is now changed to my in queue date.

My guess is that the date changes when the files are accessed? And then whoever accessed my file realized they forgot to update the status and went back to update that. Pure guesses.

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