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Hi all, 

Still under evaluation with the following stats:

LSAT: 166 (November 2020)

cGPA: 3.98 

B2/L2: 4.0 

Good ECs and strong LORs, research experience 

Is there a delay in November LSAT applicants? 

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I wrote the LSAT in June, have similar stats (166/3.78 cGPA) and am still under evaluation as well.

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There are thousands of applications to sort through and only so many people on the admissions team. Factor in covid-19 and remote working and most admissions offices are incredibly backed up right now. I'm sure you'll hear back in due time, offers have just barely started rolling out! 🙂

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is the default to be under evaluation? I went into under evaluation today after they received my Jan lsat score

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41 minutes ago, tiptoemaster said:

is the default to be under evaluation? I went into under evaluation today after they received my Jan lsat score

Yes

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