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LSAT: 157

cGPA: 3.3

L3 gpa: 3.35

L2 gpa: 3.45

L1 gpa: 3.6

 

Hi, I was wondering what my chances are at TRU. Would my upward trend in my gpa be helpful in getting me in? Thank you.

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LSAT: 157

cGPA: 3.3

L3 gpa: 3.35

L2 gpa: 3.45

L1 gpa: 3.6

 

Hi, I was wondering what my chances are at TRU. Would my upward trend in my gpa be helpful in getting me in? Thank you.

 

If it helps, there are current TRU law students with similar, and even lower stats. However, this year's 1Ls reportedly have the highest average LSAT than they've ever accepted before. Whether this is by chance or design remains to be seen. That being said, I would always encourage people to apply to TRU. The program is new and far from perfect, but the faculty are great and the articling placement rate for TRU Law grads has been excellent so far.

 

PS an upward trend is always a good thing.

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