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I.U.
  • Law School Admit

Rejected today! 

LSAT: 166

CGPA: 3.4X 

B3: 3.8X

Best of luck to everyone else! 

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shawarmalaw
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Rejected and not surprised I never wanted to go to this school LOL

LSAT: 152

CGPA: 3.85

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GoldenBoy
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Rejected yesterday, sad face 

LSAT: 161

CGPA: 3.88, B3: 3.93

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NowOrNever
21 hours ago, plsgod said:

Rejected just now. Disappointed

176 LSAT

3.4 GPA

3.6 L3

You should get into UBC and Osgoode. Good luck!

20 hours ago, narn_597 said:

Lsat 171 cgpa: 3.55 b3 3.71 b2: 375

with an MA. Got the rejection in the middle of a therapy session 🙃

Strange.

Did you apply to Osgoode and UBC?

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narn_597
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19 minutes ago, NowOrNever said:

You should get into UBC and Osgoode. Good luck!

Strange.

Did you apply to Osgoode and UBC?

I think my personal statement was not so good. I originally had a friend help and then after I applied other people read it and said it was not very good. Unfortunately writing isn’t my strong suit. 😔 
 

i did apply to osgoode and haven’t heard anything. 

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CleanHands

From my personal experience and what I've generally seen, UofT doesn't like high LSAT/low GPA splitters, and they also care about CGPA more than they appear to indicate.

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Ellewoodsxoxo
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Rejected yesterday with a 163 and cGPA 3.82 (B3 much higher) 

I mean i'm pretty disappointed, I got accepted to all the other schools I applied to (and quiet early) so I really thought I had a chance, but I think its for the best and i'm super excited to be going to Osgoode!

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student1010
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Rejected and not surprised but still disappointed.

3.62 olsas cgpa, not sure b3 but probably similar or slightly higher 

lsat 166

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Jean-Ralphio Saperstein
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Rejected on the 15th. 

157, 165 LSAT and 3.7low cGPA (in 4th year undergrad, grades significantly improved after 1st year). Didn't write the optional essay which I'll never get over. 

Excited to be attending Oz instead! 

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avukatx
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Rejected 15 March at 5pm

cGPA 3.63, L3 3.90, B2 3.93 LSAT 158

Applied general but wrote the optional essay about unique life experience and family responsibilities that impacted studies. Lots of ECs, mainly in undergraduate research. Worked a ton throughout school.

Didn't expect to get in but congrats to those who did!!!

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law4life
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Rejected! VERY EXPECTED but it was worth a shot! 

Lsat 157, 157 (Immediate family member passed away 3 days before second LSAT, so definitely a factor lol)

cGPA 3.5X and B2 is like 3.8X or something

Congrats to everyone accepted! 

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pinsandneedles
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My application was a huge flyer to be sure. Rejected on Tues, March 15 nonetheless.

LSAT: 169

cGPA: 2.82

Best of luck to everybody accepted and those still in the running. 🙂

 

 

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Oliviaccc
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Rejected on March 15th,

LSAT: 161

cGPA: 3.58 (OLSAS scale)

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Greenjuice
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Rejected a week ago

3.2 CGPA, 161 LSAT

Wasn't expecting them to say yes anyways 😛 

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Maibkh
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Posting late, Rejected March 15. 

LSAT - 159,158

OLSAS CGPA: around 3.33

Work with the UN, own two businesses. 

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Peshmerga
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Rejected march 15th

gpa: 2.8ish lsat: 170

wrote optional essay

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