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As we have done in previous cycles, we ask that you keep Accepted threads clear of extraneous discussion.

Please list your cgpa, L2, B3, index score, etc.,  LSAT score, and how you were notified.  Please keep questions to asking about these particular details if they are not found in the post itself. Other posts will be deleted so as to keep these threads useful and easy to navigate.

Thank you and good luck to all!

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16 minutes ago, mmich said:

The deadline they gave me is February 26th! 😅 

Mine is 26th as well... a bit short I think

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2 minutes ago, MrBooker said:

Mine is 26th as well... a bit short I think

Incredibly short, I don't think I'll be hearing back from other schools before then ... 😅

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This is my first acceptance and I was notified by email! 
 

CGPA: 3.7 

LSAT: 158 

 

Will probably be declining but we’ll see.
Good luck to everyone waiting to hear back! 

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Accepted this morning! 

AGPA: ~3.7

LSAT: 164 

Index: ~77.9 (self-calculated, and not including fall 2020 grades)

MB Resident & will be accepting :)

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17 minutes ago, Deann said:

This is my first acceptance and I was notified by email! 
 

CGPA: 3.7 

LSAT: 158 

 

Will probably be declining but we’ll see.
Good luck to everyone waiting to hear back! 

Congratulations! Do you mind sharing which category you applied under? 

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Just now, Theomeo said:

Do you mind sharing which category you applied under? 

I forget the name of the categories but I submitted references and a personal statement. 

also am an Ontario resident.

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Got the email this morning:

LSAT: 160

AGPA: between 4.1 and 4.2

BC resident, also given until Feb 26th to accept.

This is my first acceptance and I am very excited :) 

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Got the email this morning!! 😄

CGPA: 4.0/4.5 

LSAT: 163 

Really thankful for the acceptance but will probably be declining. Congratulations everyone 🥳

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Accepted this morning!

GPA without drops: 3.88/4.5

LSAT: 162 

Will wait to hear back from other schools before making a decision, but am very happy!!

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Got the email this morning!

AGPA: 4.15

LSAT 158

INDEX AROUND 77

MB RESIDENT AND WILL LIKELY BE ACCEPTING

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Notified by email 8am MST

AGPA 3.89

LSAT 162

Index 78.22

Will be waiting a little longer for Feb 26 deadline, but I anticipate rejecting. Very grateful. Best of luck everyone.

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Will be accepting offer!

AGPA: 4.16 

LSAT: 159 

 

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Accepted this morning!

AGPA: ~ 4.1

LSAT: 168

Only applied here and U of S, so will be waiting on U of S before deciding.

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Accepted yesterday morning! Index category. 

LSAT: 157 

CGPA: 4.23 

Index: 77.83

I have accepted this offer! Looking forward to this new journey. 

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Heard last week, but new to the forum! 

 

AGPA: 4.20 ish (self-calculated) 

LSAT: 171 

 

Will likely accept (from Wpg).

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Just got an offer! LSAT 162 GPA 4 index around 79.44 will be accepting!! Super excited 

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Received my first acceptance this morning! I’m so excited. 

GPA: 3.78/4 (not sure how to convert to 4.5)

LSAT: 160

No ties to MB; I’m an American student. 

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Just received my offer at 8am MB time!

85% GPA with drops (I think like a 4.1/4.5?) and 160 LSAT; Index: 78.8 (I think)

MB resident. SUPER excited and will most likely be accepting!!! 

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Just received an offer this morning, but will be declining 

agpa 3.73 (self calculated, not confirmed)

LSAT 163

Best of luck to those waiting!

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