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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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27 minutes ago, lawstudentincanada said:

Congrats!!! when were u referred to admissions?

Thank you!! 
It was sometime in mid-late December, not sure when exactly.

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Accepted this afternoon!

CGPA: 3.35 

L2: 3.68

LSAT: 163 

Referred mid or end of december (don't remember exactly when)

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Question - are these acceptances for both DUAL and Single JD or only one? Just asking as previous threads from last year and before that had different threads for DUAL and Single JD. 

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20 hours ago, lawstudentincanada said:

Question - are these acceptances for both DUAL and Single JD or only one? Just asking as previous threads from last year and before that had different threads for DUAL and Single JD. 

This is my question too

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Accepted this morning to the Single JD program! So excited its my first acceptance!!!

cGPA: 3.74

L2: 3.78

LSAT: 149, 159

Referred in mid December!

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25 minutes ago, laceynick1 said:

Accepted this morning to the Single JD program! So excited its my first acceptance!!!

cGPA: 3.74

L2: 3.78

LSAT: 149, 159

Referred in mid December!

Congrats!

 

How are your EC's?

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1 hour ago, szobsky said:

Congrats!

 

How are your EC's?

Thanks! They were decent, nothing extraordinary though. My PS was social justice oriented though and I had some social justice related EC's.

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Accepted, to dual! Got the call today but waiting on the official email/letter

 GPA: 3.6 but had a bad year and wrote an addendum for it. 

LSAT: 156

Strong EC's and References

 

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9 minutes ago, mally said:

Accepted, to dual! Got the call today but waiting on the official email/letter

 GPA: 3.6 but had a bad year and wrote an addendum for it. 

LSAT: 156

Strong EC's and References

 

When were you referred to admissions?

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Accepted Jan 19

Lsat: 154

CGPA: 3.56

Referred mid Dec

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47 minutes ago, xoxxo111 said:

Accepted Jan 19

Lsat: 154

CGPA: 3.56

Referred mid Dec

Single or Dual JD?

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Just now, lawstudentincanada said:

did u have strong ECS and PS? what was the L2 gpa?  and Congrats!!!

my L2 gpa was around the same as my CGPA, i ddint calculate it but im pretty sure they r similar. Also, I did have alot of ECs and a strong PS. They dont lie when they say they are very holistic. 

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On 1/19/2021 at 6:30 PM, mally said:

Accepted, to dual! Got the call today but waiting on the official email/letter

 GPA: 3.6 but had a bad year and wrote an addendum for it. 

LSAT: 156

Strong EC's and References

 

Have people been getting calls? I thought Windsor did emails. 

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13 hours ago, Toby1994 said:

Have people been getting calls? I thought Windsor did emails. 

i got an email

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In for Dual degree (Detroit side), but I have heard no response from Windsor yet (feel free to delete)

cGPA: 3.19

B2: ~3.5

LSAT: 161

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2 hours ago, gba98 said:

In for Dual degree (Detroit side), but I have heard no response from Windsor yet (feel free to delete)

cGPA: 3.19

B2: ~3.5

LSAT: 161

wait are u a Canadian student/resident? And Detroit emailed you ? 

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In for the Dual. Haven't gotten any emails, but my Detroit Mercy portal said "admitted"!

cGPA: 3.82

B2: Not sure what the GPA is but a 90-91%

LSAT: 165

Good luck everyone!

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1 hour ago, Sadlawprospect said:

In for the Dual. Haven't gotten any emails, but my Detroit Mercy portal said "admitted"!

cGPA: 3.82

B2: Not sure what the GPA is but a 90-91%

LSAT: 165

Good luck everyone!

where are u checking the Detroit mercy portal?

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