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14 minutes ago, rachelzane12345 said:

YUP. Since Jan 8. Everything is fine. Thanks for asking 😭

 

Just now, GreatPark said:

Same here! :(

 I've just been repeating to myself that no news is good news but no news is also very distressing 😫

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I was on "under review" since early January and got accepted yesterday. So there is still hope! :)

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Been stuck on Application under review since mid-February. 

Sent my application in January, and they didn't receive my LSAT till early February.

Its gonna be long road for me 😭

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Posted (edited)

Welcome to the club :) , it's better than being rejected. On a side note does anyone who went to the dean's welcome remember how many pages of applicants there were in the call? 

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Posted (edited)

Just for a bit of hope, I was in “under review” for 3.5 months before being accepted! I also declined my offer, so hopefully another spot for somebody else!

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