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Accepted 2021

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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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This where acceptances should be posted for the 2021 cycle. Send me a PM when you get an acceptance and the thread will be unlocked so you can post!

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10 minutes ago, wantingin said:

Accepted! Got the email tonight!

CGPA: 3.51

LSAT: 160

 

Congrats!! Had all of your application components been marked as completed on your to do list on your UWin Site?

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1 hour ago, wantingin said:

Accepted! Got the email tonight!

CGPA: 3.51

LSAT: 160

 

How about ECs?

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1 minute ago, deliciouskiwi said:

Yes! A brief description of ECs would be helpful for this thread to give us more of an idea :)

Especially because Windsor is so holistic and care about more than just the lsat and gpa score. But a huge congrats to you @wantingin!!!

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Received an email this morning! 

cGPA: 3.62

LSAT: 170

Extracurriculars - executive member of three clubs/organizations, volunteered with a student organization at my university, very involved in theatre and did multiple shows throughout university, worked as an actor in a psychology lab. 

Good luck to everyone! 

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15 hours ago, surf2020 said:

Congrats!! Had all of your application components been marked as completed on your to do list on your UWin Site?

Yes!

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12 hours ago, deliciouskiwi said:

Yes! A brief description of ECs would be helpful for this thread to give us more of an idea :)

I've worked throughout school at a local pharmacy, i'm currently a TA, i'm high up in our law club, as well as volunteering at our career centre. 

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15 hours ago, Owl56 said:

Congratulations!!!!
Can you see your letter of acceptance on UWinstudent ??

I can this morning, it didn't show last night

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Congrats to you both!! Did either of you write the LSAT in November? For subsequent acceptance posts, a pre-emptive congratulations from myself and also if you can please note when you wrote your LSAT! thank you!

 

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4 hours ago, kcm said:

Congrats to you both!! Did either of you write the LSAT in November? For subsequent acceptance posts, a pre-emptive congratulations from myself and also if you can please note when you wrote your LSAT! thank you!

 
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Thank you! I wrote the LSAT in July :)

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I can't believe I'm writing this early (or even at all), but accepted today!! cGPA 3.45 (with the optional addendum section accounting for poor grades), B2 3.7~, LSAT 161. Strong ECs: Student Union President, University Board of Governors, University Senate, Student Union VP, Residence Advisor, etc. 

For all those worried about a low cGPA like I was, I hope this gives you some hope! Wishing the best to all those who applied! :)

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23 hours ago, TheHarveySpectre said:

Can’t believe I’m posting here this early!

Got the email this morning,

CGPA 3.3

L2 3.9

LSAT 159

Congrats to everyone who has been admitted, and good luck to those waiting!

Congrats!!! when were u referred to admissions?

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