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  1. Thanks so much! I have sort of been doing that, but maybe not thoroughly enough. Good luck this cycle -- I'm sure you will be a great contender for Queen's! Maybe I'll see ya there if I can up that LSAT a bit hahah.
  2. Thanks a lot! I need to focus on games a lot in this next bit too. I went -4 in September but considering it was an easy games section and I still didn't finish, I need to work a lot on timing. How did you change your RC approach, if you don't mind me asking?
  3. Hahaha I still have to do PT 79!! I already know it's gonna kill me. Before this September I was PTing low-mid 160's but now I'm hoping to raise that before December so that if I have the same ~5 point drop, I will at least stay above 160. Do you have any idea (other than the virus game) how you managed not to have a drop the second time around, as compared to the first time you wrote?
  4. We have very similar stats (aside from the LSAT). I actually realized my cGPA is 3.61, but that wouldn't make much of a difference. If you don't mind me asking, what were you PTing before you scored your 163?
  5. Ontario Chances? (cGPA 3.61, L2 3.84, 157)

    I don't want to share too much on here for the public, but I'll PM you two since you're curious. Also, it's a 3.61 -- I realized I converted it slightly incorrectly.
  6. Ontario Chances? (cGPA 3.61, L2 3.84, 157)

    *Edited for anonymity* Edit: I think my undergrad average w/ all 4 years ended up at 82%
  7. Ontario Chances? (cGPA 3.61, L2 3.84, 157)

    I am planning on retaking to raise the LSAT score. I also graduated this year and won a gold medal for both of my majors (in a double major), as well as graduating w/ distinction. I'm hoping that will help as well. Anyone have any idea of what kind of impact those will have?
  8. Ontario Chances? (cGPA 3.61, L2 3.84, 157)

    That's really interesting! Good luck with everything
  9. Ontario Chances? (cGPA 3.61, L2 3.84, 157)

    Hahaha, that's awesome - Best of luck to you as well! What schools are you looking at? Great name by the way!
  10. Ontario Chances? (cGPA 3.61, L2 3.84, 157)

    Thanks a lot! I underperformed as compared to my PT average on the LSAT so I'm hoping I can raise my average over the next couple months and perform better even if I underperform again.
  11. I posted in the LSAT thread (by accident) and I realized my stats were slightly off after I used the OLSAS GPA calculator. If the mods want to delete that post, this is the link. I also realized I should have posted it in the general discussion rather than the LSAT page. I am hoping for Western and/or Queen's and am going to rewrite the LSAT. Just looking for ideas on where I stand before I rewrite. I hope to hear any info you people can give! Thanks.
  12. How do schools look at someone's application if they know they are going to rewrite? Let's say I applied to 4 schools, two of them I could get into with an LSAT score I already have and two of them I would need to raise my score to be accepted. Could I still get an acceptance at the schools I had the high enough score for before I write the LSAT a second time? Or would they wait until they have received my second LSAT score to accept me for some reason even if they would normally give me admission with my current stats?
  13. Chances: 166 LSAT, 3.5 CGPA, 3.68 L2

    I'd say you're almost definitely into Queen's and Western. Honestly, you're probably into Osgoode as well.
  14. I underperformed on the LSAT and am retaking in December (and possibly Feb) to try to give myself a better chance at Western and Queen's, as well as shoot for Oz. Any ideas what my chances would be at Western and Queen's with a 3.85 L2 and a 157? I think it might go either way due to the shitty LSAT but I'm not really sure. Annoying because I was consistently PTing over 160 before the test
  15. Reading Comprehension HELP

    No prob, and good luck on the PT! If you have any insight on RC I'd love to hear it (that's why I came to this thread LOL)!