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I'm writing in hopes that some of you may be able to provide your thoughts on my chances of being admitted to:

Queen's, Western, uOttawa, Lakehead and Osgoode

cgpa is 3.47, l2/b2 is 3.66 and LSAT is 160. I've got one more term finishing up right now and i think it'll bring my cgpa to a 3.5 and my l2 to a 3.7. 


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western, probably get accepted or accepted off wait list 

Queen,  are likely. Your stats is slightly slower than median , but not way off.

Its median of admitted students is with gpa 3.8, and lsat 161 for last cycle.....You probably has some chances with this school too, you probably. get accepted 75 %


lakehead , probably in, 85%

Oz, 25 % I think Oz last probably need 163, in general.

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