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Chances with an upwards trend in CGPA?

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I have applied to uOttawa but I am concerned that the way OLSAS converts my cgpa will lower my chances. I have roughly around a 3.22 cgpa and have a 153 lsat. However, I do have amazing ecs and references and my last 3 years/last 2 years are basically reflective of a 4.0 GPA (and the upwards trend is drastic). What do you think my chances are? Little to none? Or good? 

Thank you and I appreciate any feedback. 

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Your L3 and L2 are 4.0/4.0 ?

If your L3 is 4.0 then your GPA for first year was under 1.0. 

In any case, your cGPA and LSAT is not competitive for Ottawa.

 

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2 hours ago, Luckycharm said:

Your L3 and L2 are 4.0/4.0 ?

If your L3 is 4.0 then your GPA for first year was under 1.0. 

In any case, your cGPA and LSAT is not competitive for Ottawa.

 

I took more than 4 years, so no my GPA was not under 1.0 for my first year. Thank you though, I appreciate your quick response. Hopefully, I can get in another year with a higher lsat if not this cycle. 

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With a 160+ and your L2/L3 your chance will increase for L2 and L3 school

Not competitive doesn't mean you have no chance.

My predictions are based on your stats. However, I had been proven wrong many times before.

Although Ottawa is mainly a CGPA school, but that doesn't they can accept someone with high L3/L2.  

I suggest you rewrite Dec and or Feb. there is no limit for LSAT now.

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