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Chances - [cGPA: 3.1 - 3.88 L2 - 156 LSAT] Access Category

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Decent ECs, presumably very good LoR. Applied in access category.




Western indicates that a GPA of 3.3 and LSAT above the 65th percentile (anything above 155) is considered competitive for both the Access and Mature Student Categories


I certainly hope you're competitive considering my gpa is 3.88 and LSAT is 156 lol.. Your L2 is the same as my gpa and based on what I've gleaned from this forum, Western focuses on your L2.  Someone correct me if I'm wrong.


Best of luck to you!  


EDIT: Oh and I'm a Mature Student.

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like i've said in other threads i applied in the access category with the same cgpa as you. don't know what my L2 was but i had a 159 LSAT and really good ECs (don't really know how much that matters though). i got in in may. i feel like depending on the strength of the applicants this year you have a decent shot of at least getting waitlisted or getting accepted later on in the cycle like i did.

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