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Waitlisted this AM. No number or rank unfortunatelyūü•ļ

Stats are:

cGPA - 3.69/4.0 (US Uni)

B20 - 4.0/4.0

LSAT - 156

ECs/LORs/Interview - Totally subjective. However, I will say I thought I bombed the interview. Also, I have a MSc.

Considering the discussion surrounding last year‚Äôs waitlist I‚Äôm not too sure how to feel... but definitely trying to stay positive and remain hopefulūü§ěūüŹľūüßŅ

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Waitlisted today on 6th April 2021.

CGPA Per OLSAS: 3.68

B20: 4.00

LSAT: 155

International Applicant

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Waitlisted April 6th

cGpa 3.46

L2: 3.41

B20: 3.8

LSAT 166

ECs: focused around entreprenuership and founded a non-profit org

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Waitlisted today. 

CGPA - 3.34 

L2/B2 - 3.67 

B20: was around 3.8 but I'm not 100% sure. 

LSAT - 165 

PS was very tied to social justice and innovation. My ECs are pretty good, 1000+ volunteer hours, over 5 years of work with an org reducing food insecurity in Indigenous communities in Canada. I went to Rye for my undergrad and was very involved on campus.  I also worked for ~2 years as a legal assistant. 

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Waitlisted this morning.

cGPA (OLSAS): 2.98
B20: 3.68
LSAT: 155 (only write)

Decent ECs/LORs/PS/Interview

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Waitlisted today.

cGPA: 3.68

LSAT: 161 (only write)

Decent LOR (from a professor and a community justice worker I did my placement with), ECs and PS that were social justice focused.

Good luck to everyone!

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Waitlisted today. 
 

OLSAS cGPA: 3.71

LSAT: 158 (nov) 

Decent ECs/PS/LORs

Did not feel great about my interview but who knows! 

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Waitlisted.
There is no time-stamp for the offer, so I do not know when it appeared on my RAMSS. The offer only appears under Student Center rather than My Communications. 

OLSAS cGPA: 3.7

LSAT: 152

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Waitlisted. @Lawhopeful5683 is right - it only appeared in my Student Center not My Communications where I had been checking.

OLSAS cGPA: 3.27, b2/l2 around 3.4, LSAT 165, 166. Ecs: lots of volunteerism, CSC, CFA, 3 years legal work experience.

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Waitlisted, however I am not sure when it came (as multiple people mentioned above) it showed up only in my Student Center and not My Communications.

CGPA: 3.65 (per OLSAS)

B20: ~3.9

LSAT: 158

ECs: Average in my personal opinion. I did a number of varied co-op jobs in the public and private sector throughout my undergrad.

LORs: 1 from my law professor in undergrad, 1 from a former co-worker and 1 from my current manager.

PS: I think it was good, I attempted to tailor it to Ryerson's pillars.

Interview: I thought it was fine, perhaps a bit rushed. I did complete every question. 

I hope this helps provide some information to those still waiting, good luck everyone!

Edit: The Waitlist Offer also shows up on the Applicant Homepage under "Admissions"

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Also waitlisted today and same as above, only showed up in my Student Centre and not My Communications.

 

cGPA: 3.1 

B20: 3.8

LSAT: 163

Solid LORs with from undergrad Profs. 

 

 

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Waitlisted (saw it in my student center today)

cGPA: 3.17

B2/L2: 3.7 

LSAT: 167 

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Waitlisted as well! (saw it on student center today)

cGPA: 3.16

B20: 3.8

LSAT: 166

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