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Accepted 2021

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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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3 minutes ago, undertheletter said:

Accepted!

cGPA: 3.83

L2: 3.84

LSAT: 166

Congrats! How were you notified?

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19 minutes ago, undertheletter said:

Accepted!

cGPA: 3.83

L2: 3.84

LSAT: 166

Congrats! I wonder if they update all the portals or whether people will slowly get notified over the next few hours. 

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Accepted, saw on the Student Center

cGPA: 3.73

LSAT: 166

Mature applicant

Congratulations everyone and best of luck!

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Accepted! received an email about half an hour ago to check student centre for an update regarding my application

LSAT - 165

cGPA confirmed on OLSAS - 3.63

L2 - 3.84

B3 - 3.79 

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Received an email about two hours ago!

LSAT - 170

cGPA - 3.62

L2 - 3.68

Good luck everyone! 

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Accepted! 

LSAT - 164 

CGPA - 3.81 (OLSAS) 

Received email a couple of minutes ago!! :) 

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