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  1. Can't say for sure, but if you focus on schools that look at L2/B2 (Western and I believe Queen's after they rank you based on CGPA), then you might have a chance with an LSAT score at around 165+.
  2. When I asked my professors they told me what they wanted. Based on what I got from them it's pretty straight forward. They'll probably ask for: -your CV -statement of interest -maybe brief reminder of how you know them/your connection to them -transcript copy -list of schools you're applying to, what they need to do, and the deadline I think, if anything, the last one will ease the process the most. I might be missing something, but that's all I really remember giving to them/that they asked for
  3. If I'm understanding your question correctly, then the answer is no. The icons above the status indicator remain there. The icon representing your acceptance will show up in your status bar including "accepted" as well.
  4. I can't answer the first part of your question, but I can answer the second. The deadline in my acceptance letter said March 31st. I'm assuming acceptances will be coming in soon after that date.
  5. Not sure how much help I can be, but I dealt with a similar situation. I had a horrible first year and did worse during the first semester of my 2nd year (not sure what my GPA was exactly, but it was definitely lower than a 3.0). I ended up doing a 5th year and I had a strong upward trend, which helped me with my GPA. Fortunately, I got into a few schools this cycle so it's definitely possible! As you've indicated, the LSAT is an important factor so if you want a chance focus on both the LSAT and your GPA. If you can do that I think you definitely have a chance, especially for L2/B2 schools or schools with drops. My advice would be to keep at it and just try to accept that the best you can do now is work on that GPA and do well on the LSAT. Good luck and feel free to PM if you have any more questions.
  6. Hey guys, just wondering if anyone had any input about my chances. I had some hope before since it seemed like I had a chance with my previous CGPA and L2/B2 (3.08; 3.73 same LSAT), but the wait is kind of getting to me. Would really appreciate your input! Also, I'm not sure if this helps but: Decent softs. I'm at least sure my LORs are solid, but I have a feeling my ECs and PS are average at best. Thanks!!!
  7. No problem! I got accepted on Jan 26th. Western is the only Ontario school I got into. I was accepted to UoC, UoA, Manitoba, and Dal though. Hope this helps to give you some hope!
  8. Might help you to know I got in [at Western] with 3.16; L2/B2 3.88 and LSAT of 152 and 164 (2nd write). I'm guessing your chances of hearing back from Western will be a lot higher after the April 1st deadline, but your chances look decent, especially with that L2.
  9. Just got the e-mail as well CGPA: 3.16; L2/B2: 3.88 LSAT: 152 and 164
  10. Windsor started pretty early on
  11. I got an update e-mail awhile back. They said there's no dress code so you can dress casually!
  12. Update: My GPA calculation was way off. With max drops it is at 78.03 making my index somewhere near 90.06. Apologies for any confusion this might've caused!
  13. False alarm, pretty embarrassed to admit that I really messed up on my GPA calculation! I've checked it over about 4 or 5 times and my GPA with max drops is 78.03, which is nowhere NEAR my original calculation of 84.16 LOL
  14. False alarm, pretty embarrassed to admit that I really messed up on my GPA calculation! I've checked it over about 4 or 5 times and my GPA with max drops is 78.03, which is nowhere NEAR my original calculation of 84.16 LOL