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  1. Thank you! That's helpful. Keeping my fingers crossed. Might just write the Feb LSAT even though my job won't allow time for preparation before then.
  2. I've applied to UBC, UVic and TRU. I'm 31. Have been working a full-time, desk job for years now. The pay is decent, but I know I need to head in the direction of law. I have a Masters (3.75 GPA) Undergrad cGPA 3.10 (After dropping my worst 12 credits from 1st year); Last 90 credits: 3.5; Last 60 credits: 3.4 LSAT: 150 Solid references I understand that these stats may be far from ideal. Based on any information you guys may have that is anecdotal or otherwise, what do you think my chances are?
  3. Stuggling with cGPA conversion

    I've always found this link super helpful: https://students.arts.ubc.ca/advising/academic-performance/gpa-equivalency/
  4. I'm 31. Work full-time in student affairs. Have solid references. Already submitted my app. I have an MEd (3.75 GPA) Undergrad cGPA 3.10 (After dropping my worst 12 credits from 1st year); Last 90 credits: 3.5; Last 60 credits: 3.4 LSAT: 150 I understand that my stats don't make me a strong applicant. But this is something that I really want to do, and I know I'll excel at it once in. What do you guys think my chances are?

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