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  1. Accepted to TRU 2018

    Awesome, congrats! Also, this makes me super happy haha (my stats are pretty much identical to yours and I'll be applying for next cycle)
  2. Chances? (LSAT 162, L90 3.6)

    Thank you very much for your reply! This definitely gives me some peace of mind as I'll be applying for next year's cycle
  3. I'm wondering about repeated courses in your undergrad and how this works with the L90 credits that TRU looks at. I took the intro course for Psychology (my major) at my university in my first semester but basically screwed around and did very minimal studying. I'm considering retaking this course now in my last year of my undergrad since it would be super easy and low-level for me and I would obviously take it more seriously. I just wanted to know if TRU would consider this as part of my L90, rather than considering it as just taking the place of those first credits in my first semester. (Hope this makes sense). Would like to know so I don't waste time/money on retaking a course I wouldn't otherwise need to. Help please!!
  4. Hey everyone, just wondering what my chances are for admission into TRU. LSAT score is 162 and while I'm not quite finished my undergrad degree yet, I'd estimate that my L90 turns out to be ~3.5 or ~3.6. ECs - volunteer at the Suicide Prevention Centre working the crisis lines and 1-800-SUICIDE lines, work as an outreach worker for the John Howard Society (which works to help individuals with mental illness/substance misuse/involvement with the justice system, etc. reintegrate into society, find employment, housing, etc.). Various research assistant positions at my university, volunteered at a summer camp for kids with autism for two summers, went on a service trip to the Bronx, helped organize a fundraiser for a multiple sclerosis treatment. Additionally, have worked various jobs throughout my whole undergrad. Any input is greatly appreciated :). Thanks guys.
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