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Chances? Cgpa 3.25, 167 and 164 lsat

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pretty good extracurriculars, 2nd time applying after being waitlisted at western and osgoode

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What's your B2? Your LSAT seems competitive.

What were your stats when you applied last year? Surprised Western didn't accept you.

 

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LSAT is good. GPA is too low. Hopefully you have a better L2 or B2?

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Sorry for the late response everyone, but B2 is 80% (not sure how to calculate OLSAS GPA) and my L2  is 78.8%

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Sorry for the late response everyone, but B2 is 80% (not sure how to calculate OLSAS GPA) and my L2  is 78.8%

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On 2/10/2018 at 2:42 PM, janewowow said:

Sorry for the late response everyone, but B2 is 80% (not sure how to calculate OLSAS GPA) and my L2  is 78.8%

You're pretty set, i got in with a 168 and ~3.6 B2 GPA

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On 2/15/2018 at 2:16 PM, david2234 said:

You're pretty set, i got in with a 168 and ~3.6 B2 GPA

Thanks David, hopefully! haha

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