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I got accepted to Queen's a few days ago but don't see anything on OLSAS under the Choices/Offers section. I'm assuming there's a bit of a delay period but I'm just curious if anyone knows approximately when I can expect the offer to appear on OLSAS

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My Ryerson offer appeared like a day later on OLSAS. Not sure if it varies by school.

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4 minutes ago, PearsonSpecter said:

It's should be on OLSAS now if you go check, showed up for me at least

Yep the offer shows now, thank you for the heads up!

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