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Chances? CGPA:3.66, L2:3.98, B3: 3.98, LSAT: 164.

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Hello, I'm looking for some thoughts on my situation.

My stats are as follows: CGPA: 3.66, L2: 3.98, B3: 3.98, LSAT: 164.

Had a rough start which brought down my CGPA a bit but been nearly all A+ since then. 

Will be applying very early in the cycle, if that makes any difference.

What are my chances for U of T? 

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What time you apply in the cycle is irrelevant so long as it's before the deadline. Ontario schools get everyone's apps at the same time.

Bearing in mind that no one can really predict these things, you have a very good shot. Your LSAT is on the lower end of their spectrum, but your B3 is very good. For context, my B3 was on the low end of their spectrum, and my LSAT close to the median (I think: the incoming year's stats haven't been released yet as far as I know)

Write a good personal statement and I would say you have a very good chance.

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On 2017-07-08 at 2:26 PM, Otter248 said:

What time you apply in the cycle is irrelevant so long as it's before the deadline. Ontario schools get everyone's apps at the same time.

Bearing in mind that no one can really predict these things, you have a very good shot. Your LSAT is on the lower end of their spectrum, but your B3 is very good. For context, my B3 was on the low end of their spectrum, and my LSAT close to the median (I think: the incoming year's stats haven't been released yet as far as I know)

Write a good personal statement and I would say you have a very good chance.

Hey @Otter248 and thanks for your response. 

Personal statement is in the works, almost done, but I'm going to continue working on it for the next month or so to make sure it's pristine. I don't have some amazing story to tell or any "extra-special" EC's, so I'm hoping that speaking genuinely about my interest in law and my general story will be enough.

I know that the LSAT is what's holding me back from being more of a lock, but I just cannot imagine going through that whole process again. Plus, I scored near the middle of my practice test range, so the marginal benefit may not be worth the additional effort here. TBH, I am pretty sure that I won't rewrite. 

I'm definitely glad that my B3 is high, so I guess here's to hoping that it is enough to push me over the edge.

Once again, thanks for your thoughts!

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