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I believe Dal uses your last two years, but with a cGPA of 3.7/4.3 I'm sure your L2 is fine.. I'd say you have a good shot at admission, doubly so if you are an Atlantic resident.

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Third year student, completing a BA in three years.


cGPA: 3.71/4.3

LSAT: 160


Thanks in advance.


I was admitted with very similar stats in '09, if that means anything today.

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What are my chances with a 86% GPA and a dismal 152 LSAT, I'm rewriting in December, but just curious...

Your chances aren't good with that LSAT. Good luck in December.

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