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Posts in this topic should be restricted to confirming your acceptance and including your stats. Quick clarifying questions to a post are permitted but any other type of post or discussion will be deleted. 

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itsmylocker
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Received an email this morning (25-Nov), went into queue on 22-Nov.

LSAT of 166, cGPA - hasn't shown up on OLSAS yet but roughly ~3.7x. Mature student (not that that's a category at Osgoode) with a graduate education, and five years of work experience in a pretty niche (and legal-adjacent) field. 

Offer letter from the Dean to follow. Can't wait for y'all to get the good news 🙂

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UpTheChels
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Received email this morning as well (Nov 25). Congrats everyone!

LSAT: 170, cGPA: 3.88

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supersulu
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Got acceptance email this morning. I'm a third year applicant LSAT 171, GPA 3.85. 

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LordBONSAI
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Just saw the email and update on OASIS. LSAT 166, cCPA: 3.9 (as shown on my transcript). I did my undergrad in the states and had several exchanges in Europe, so unsure how OLSAS calculates my GPA. But I guess it's around that number. 

In queue since Nov. 22. 

 

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TobyFlenderson
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Please keep discussion limited to acceptances, stats, and the like. Questions beyond that should be taken to PM to keep the thread clean and useful for not only people that have applied this cycle but haven't yet heard back, but also for future years.

Thanks, and congratulations!

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VitalGiraffe
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Where do you see if you're 'in queue'? Oasis (MyOsgoode)?

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Lfg11
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Got notified this morning! Went into queue November 22nd

cGPA 3.92, LSAT 166

Best of luck to all those still waiting

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Dee
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Please delete this later bc it doesn't belong, but isn't it too early for Osgoode to send out acceptances? I've never heard of this happening in November

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YNWA
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Accepted!! 

GPA: 3.95 LSAT: 172

Congrats to everyone accepted and good luck to everyone still waiting!

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b28
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I also got in on Thursday! 

GPA : 3.94; LSAT : 169. 

4th year applicant, International student 
 

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hdawg
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Got my acceptance Thursday. Current fourth and final year undergrad

 

GPA: on the olsas scale. Overall 3.93, Best Two 3.97

LSAT 169

 

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On 11/25/2021 at 10:17 AM, supersulu said:

Got acceptance email this morning. I'm a third year applicant LSAT 171, GPA 3.85. 

What were your softs like? Asking as a third-year applicant with 3.89 GPA (self-calculated according to OLSAS) and 169 LSAT. 

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Bananaman
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Accepted! 4th year student. LSAT 178, GPA 9.95/10 or 3.94/4. 

Was previously accepted on December 10th as a third year student when I applied last year, but did not accept the admission offer.  

Will depend on my other admissions, but I will likely not be accepting. 

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Phaedrus
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33 minutes ago, Bananaman said:

Accepted! 4th year student. LSAT 178, GPA 9.95/10 or 3.94/4. 

Was previously accepted on December 10th as a third year student when I applied last year, but did not accept the admission offer.  

Will depend on my other admissions, but I will likely not be accepting. 

Did you end up getting into McGill on those stats?

 

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Bananaman
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18 minutes ago, Phaedrus said:

Did you end up getting into McGill on those stats?

 

I sent in my application this year and we will see. I applied last year and did not get in, but in my rejection letter I was encouraged to reapply this year. Apparently, within the last 25 years they have only allowed 2 third year students under very very exceptional circumstances. As an internationally-oriented school they want their students to be able to practice law in many jurisdictions, and a full four year undergraduate degree is required to practice law in certain places.

McGill's admissions process is unique (and a bit more opaque) in comparison to other schools. However there is a lot of interesting information about their admissions in this reapplicant video: 

 

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1 hour ago, Bananaman said:

Accepted! 4th year student. LSAT 178, GPA 9.95/10 or 3.94/4. 

Was previously accepted on December 10th as a third year student when I applied last year, but did not accept the admission offer.  

Will depend on my other admissions, but I will likely not be accepting. 

Did you apply to US schools?

Congratulations!

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Bananaman
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1 hour ago, NowOrNever said:

Did you apply to US schools?

Congratulations!

Yes, NYU, University of Chicago, University of Michigan. I am still completing my applications for Harvard + Columbia. The chances of me going to the US are very slim for a variety of reasons, including increased tuition and living cost, reduced chance of being accepted due to high competition/coming straight out of undergrad, I'm not a US citizen and would need a visa, and my application is quite late if I want to get a big enough scholarship to consider going. Things could change quickly after a conversation with the right school, though, so I'm applying anyways. 

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VitalGiraffe
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1 hour ago, Bananaman said:

Yes, NYU, University of Chicago, University of Michigan. I am still completing my applications for Harvard + Columbia. The chances of me going to the US are very slim for a variety of reasons, including increased tuition and living cost, reduced chance of being accepted due to high competition/coming straight out of undergrad, I'm not a US citizen and would need a visa, and my application is quite late if I want to get a big enough scholarship to consider going. Things could change quickly after a conversation with the right school, though, so I'm applying anyways. 

Based on what I've seen on LSA and LSData, I would be shocked if you didn't get into a T6.

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rt2
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Received an email this morning! 

Third-year applicant 

LSAT: 169 

OLSAS GPA: 3.88 

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babylawyer
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Congrats to everyone who has been accepted! Just curious, how long were people in the queue for (/were you in queue at all?) before being accepted? Trying to get an idea of what to expect.

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rt2
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1 hour ago, babylawyer said:

Congrats to everyone who has been accepted! Just curious, how long were people in the queue for (/were you in queue at all?) before being accepted? Trying to get an idea of what to expect.

According to OASIS, I went into queue on Dec 1 and got accepted Dec 2. I only got the email this morning (Dec 3) though. 

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