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Chances with a 3.7GPA & 150 LSAT?

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Hey everyone, 

Took the september LSAT and just got my score, which is a 150. I know that is horrendously low, I was scoring around 160 everytime during practice tests. This isn't an excuse but I flunked this test because I had the chicken pox, I was literally sick beyond belief but still took the test. I couldn't cancel because I got them the day before the actual test. Anyways, what are my chances of getting in? My cGPA would be 3.5 but my L2 would be 3.7. I have tons of volunteer experiences and have really strong reference letters. 

Is it even worth applying anywhere?

 

Thanks

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Whats your UNB Gpa? Your GPA isn't bad but your LSAT will really bring that down on their 40%LSAT/60%GPA scale. Sadly volunteer and work experience only matters to UNB if you make it to supplementary review. 

Any connection to Atlantic Canada? That helps 

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That would be my UNB GPA i believe. So, UNB weighs GPA more than the LSAT? I guess that's good for me but agreed my LSAT score is too low to even offset that. 

I don't have a solid connection to Atlantic Canada but I do have a friend whos from PEI, does that help any? What counts as an Atlantic connection?

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Yeah, sadly you have their average GPA and 8 points lower than their average LSAT. I'm applying too; 3.41 and 158 (highest of 3 writes). I'm assuming I won't get in.

An Atlantic connection has to be a connection that you have; sadly a friend wouldn't count. Examples: if you completed your undergrad in Atlantic Canada, if you lived in Atlantic Canada for a period of time, or if you parents are from Atlantic Canada. 

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