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Does anyone have an LSAT Report request from U of T?

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I logged into my LSAC account and saw that Osgoode requested an LSAC report the day after I went in Queue. I thought that was weird since OLSAS requested one and I thought that it would cover all Ontario schools.

Does anyone have one from U of T on their LSAC Account? 
 

I think their first round might be next week so if they were to request one it probably would have been done already. 

 

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28 minutes ago, MamaMia said:

Are you talking about U of T or osgoode? Separate schools

Osgoode did mine already, I want to know if anyone has one from U of T on their profile.

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55 minutes ago, CarletonChonkers said:

I logged into my LSAC account and saw that Osgoode requested an LSAC report the day after I went in Queue. I thought that was weird since OLSAS requested one and I thought that it would cover all Ontario schools.

Does anyone have one from U of T on their LSAC Account? 
 

I think their first round might be next week so if they were to request one it probably would have been done already. 

 

In the same boat! Haven't got a request yet from U of T, but got one from Osgoode & Western.

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I don't have one from UofT but also have one from Osgoode on December 4, though I'm not in the queue. Was yours Dec 4 too?

(I also have one from Ottawa and Western, but not UofT or Queen's). 

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5 minutes ago, kshbr54 said:

I don't have one from UofT but also have one from Osgoode on December 4, though I'm not in the queue. Was yours Dec 4 too?

(I also have one from Ottawa and Western, but not UofT or Queen's). 

Yes it was

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1 hour ago, CarletonChonkers said:

I logged into my LSAC account and saw that Osgoode requested an LSAC report the day after I went in Queue. I thought that was weird since OLSAS requested one and I thought that it would cover all Ontario schools.

Does anyone have one from U of T on their LSAC Account? 
 

I think their first round might be next week so if they were to request one it probably would have been done already. 

 

Not from UofT but requested from Western, Ottawa, Osgoode and of course OLSAS.

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My account has an LSAT Report request from UofT dated on December 4. Although not terrible, my stats are below UofTs median for GPA and LSAT, but I'm also a mature applicant. 

The other schools I applied to - Osgoode, Queens, Western also requested my LSAT Report on either December 3 or December 4. My OASIS account for Osgoode does not indicate that I am in queue. 

I don't think there's a science to any of this haha, just keep your fingers crossed. Good luck :) 

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9 minutes ago, TheBanhMiBoy said:

My account has an LSAT Report request from UofT dated on December 4. Although not terrible, my stats are below UofTs median for GPA and LSAT, but I'm also a mature applicant. 

The other schools I applied to - Osgoode, Queens, Western also requested my LSAT Report on either December 3 or December 4. My OASIS account for Osgoode does not indicate that I am in queue. 

I don't think there's a science to any of this haha, just keep your fingers crossed. Good luck :) 

If you don’t mind me asking, what are your stats? I am also a mature applicant and applied to the same schools.

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I don't have a report request from U of T but I've got a request from Osgoode and Ottawa, both on December 4th. I'm not in the queue yet for Osgoode. I'm a 3rd year applicant so I'm not expecting offers anytime soon.

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Don’t have a report from UofT either, have one from Osgoode though.

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Question: Osgoode and Western have generated a "First Time Report" on my LSAC (December 4th), the "First Time Report" on my OLSAS is listed as my first take, on November 25th my LSAC was updated with my second score described as "Update," does this mean Osgoode and Western have only seen my first take despite my second take being listed by the time my report was generated? Is this normal? What should I do?

Also for context, I did indicate that I was writing in November on OUAC and it seemed to be received.

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12 minutes ago, peacelily said:

My reports for both U of T and Osgoode were requested on Nov 24 and sent a few days after 

I doubt this is a factor, but when did you submit your application?

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Just now, CarletonChonkers said:

I doubt this is a factor, but when did you submit your application?

I don't think it is either, mainly because I submitted it about an hour before the deadline lol. Also wrote the November test. 

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What do you guys mean lsat report? Is this just something for people who wrote during the fall lsat times? I wrote in august and honestly have no clue what lsat reports are that you guys are talking about

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4 minutes ago, MamaMia said:

What do you guys mean lsat report? Is this just something for people who wrote during the fall lsat times? I wrote in august and honestly have no clue what lsat reports are that you guys are talking about

It's basically just a report generated by LSAC with your LSAT score (and writing sample?) that is sent to the schools you have applied to so they can use it as part of looking at your application! If you go on to LSAC's website under Law School Reports on the top menu bar, you'll be able to see which schools have requested a report.

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