Hello! I would also like to know my chances,
My cumulative GPA is a 3.35 with a very strong upward trend, currently finishing fourth year in an honours science degree at Queen's.
My last two years GPA 3.82 (expected to be higher with fourth year fourth semester marks)
I am writing the LSAT this saturday as I had to cancel my December LSAT to attend a funeral, but my practice scores are consistently around 165, if i achieve around a 165 on the LSAT this saturday what do you think my chances of getting in are?
I also wrote the optional essay explaining my low cGPA as I had 4 (can you believe it?) unidentified illnesses that severely hindered my academic performance in my first two years of school, with emphasis on winter terms. I have pretty good softs (model court member, involved heavily in athletics, charity coordinator etc.) and a letter of recommendation from a chief judge of a provincial court, as well as excellent references from two of my professors.
Should I get my hopes up? or nah. I did of course apply to other schools, and am not banking on UofT at all.