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I took all three of my writes this year, studied hard but my marks don't show it.

 

UNB is a top choice of mine but i am NOT an atlantic resident.

 

DO I HAVE A SHOT?

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I took all three of my writes this year, studied hard but my marks don't show it.

 

UNB is a top choice of mine but i am NOT an atlantic resident.

 

DO I HAVE A SHOT?

 

L2 doesn't matter. What does is your GPA with drops. Go onto the UNB law website and figure out your adjusted GPA according to their criteria. Looking now at your stats, a 3.1 without drops, being under the median LSAT (albeit slightly), and not being an Atlantic resident gives you a less-than-ideal shot.

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L2 doesn't matter. What does is your GPA with drops. Go onto the UNB law website and figure out your adjusted GPA according to their criteria. Looking now at your stats, a 3.1 without drops, being under the median LSAT (albeit slightly), and not being an Atlantic resident gives you a less-than-ideal shot.

Thank you kindly for the reply. If I did it correctly, my gpa after drops is 3.85

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Thank you kindly for the reply. If I did it correctly, my gpa after drops is 3.85

 

Well in that case you're in a much better position. Check some of the older "Accepted" threads for UNB. I think you will find some people with your stats and non-Atlantic who have gotten in.

 

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