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CHANCES?! Super Nervous! L2 4.07 LSAT 155?

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Hey guys! 


I couldn't find any detailed info about Dalhousie's previous admission cycles. I was wondering what my chances

were for this year? Ive got a 4.07/4.3 GPA(L2) and a 155 LSAT? Im also a Non Atlantic Resident


Thanks guys!

Edited by robbeelim

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I have some concern about your estimated 155 as a non-atlantic resident. Keep in mind that test day can produce variables that negatively affective (e.g., test room conditions, your nerves, layout of the test) and you may score lower than this (or higher, who knows). If you intend on applying with a score that you're not happy with, and intend on rewriting in February, you should indicate that on your application package somewhere. 

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