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Osgoode Accepted 2021

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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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Does anyone know when entrance scholarships tend to go out? Has anyone who has been accepted heard anything about scholarships yet? Thanks! :)

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14 minutes ago, lukesdiner said:

Does anyone know when entrance scholarships tend to go out? Has anyone who has been accepted heard anything about scholarships yet? Thanks! :)

 

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Accepted on portal on Jan 7th, received email this morning!! 

LSAT: 164 

CGPA (OLSAS): 3.81 

L2 (OLSAS): 3.84 

congrats to everyone!! 

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Just realized I received an email this morning with my acceptance! Went into the queue on Dec. 21st

LSAT: 161 (last wrote in Nov)

CGPA: 3.72

Ex varsity athlete and professional athlete

Congrats to all! 

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3 hours ago, maac said:

Accepted on portal on Jan 7th, received email this morning!! 

LSAT: 164 

CGPA (OLSAS): 3.81 

L2 (OLSAS): 3.84 

congrats to everyone!! 

part b?

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2 hours ago, ckb3131 said:

Just realized I received an email this morning with my acceptance! Went into the queue on Dec. 21st

LSAT: 161 (last wrote in Nov)

CGPA: 3.72

Ex varsity athlete and professional athlete

Congrats to all! 

part b?

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2 hours ago, lawnerd2 said:

part b?

No, I didn't complete part b!

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18 hours ago, lawnerd2 said:

part b?

I wrote a short note on performance considerations

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Accepted via OASIS!! Offer dated Jan. 11th!

Osgoode is my dream school so I am currently running around the house happy crying while doing a little dance haha. 

cGPA: 3.83 (OLSAS)

L2: 3.9

LSAT: 162

In queue Dec. 14th.

Filled out Part B for equity.

Good luck to everyone waiting!!

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Added that I filled out Part B.
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Accepted via OASIS Jan. 11th 2021!

cGPA: 3.58

L2: 3.53

LSAT: 165

In queue Dec. 14th 2020

Completed Part B.

I am so incredibly humbled and honoured to have this opportunity. Always remember to stay positive and never doubt yourself or your abilities. For those still waiting acceptances remember things will always work out the way they are meant to be. Good luck everyone!

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6 minutes ago, legallyblonde99 said:

Accepted via OASIS Jan. 11th 2021!

cGPA: 3.58

L2: 3.53

LSAT: 165

In queue Dec. 14th 2020

Completed Part B.

I am so incredibly humbled and honoured to have this opportunity. Always remember to stay positive and never doubt yourself or your abilities. For those still waiting acceptances remember things will always work out the way they are meant to be. Good luck everyone!

Congratulations! Did you apply General? 

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5 minutes ago, havefaithinurself said:

gwvngjnfognmofc omg I can't believe I'm hearing back let alone this early I'm so happy right now . Just updated on OASIS that I got accepted

LSAT: 155, 156, 160

CGPA: 3.71

L2: 3.7

Two years ago I started my lsat diagnostic at 140 not to mention I was rejected by every school last year so I really hope this gives people hope. If this is your dream don't give up. If I did it you can too, you got this !!!!

Wow amazing! Congrats! Did you fill out part b?

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3 hours ago, hopefullawstudent99 said:

Wow amazing! Congrats! Did you fill out part b?

Thank you !! Yes I did regarding overcoming some life experiences

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