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Luckycharm

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  1. Just checked your previous posts. What is your OLSAS GPA ? IS your highest LSAT still 158?
  2. Which schools are you going to apply?
  3. typed too fast I think you have met the academic requirements...
  4. I suggest you contact Ottawa Law school directly to find out how they view your application. 168 LSAT is a very impressive score... Your academic performance may be over Mature Applicants In order to qualify as a mature student, at the time of application: the applicant must have five or more years of work or other non-academic experience since completing secondary school studies; and the period of non-academic experience may include part-time, but not full time, post-secondary studies. In this category, additional consideration will be given to relevant outstanding qualities, as evidenced by previous career and/or life experiences. The academic program in law school is very demanding, so we are looking for a demonstration of capacity for academic success. This usually includes satisfactory completion of at least some courses at the university level. In addition to all the documents listed on our How to Apply page, Mature applicants must also submit to OLSAS an up-to-date résumé or curriculum vitae. Applicants must submit their curriculum vitae or resume via the SAM page in their OLSAS application. If you are unable to obtain a letter of reference from an academic source, please choose referees who are able to speak to your abilities as they relate to law school, namely your ability to analyse, write, conduct research, work in groups, and organize your time. Applicants in this category must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents.
  5. really hard to predict 'mature" category. What is your L2 and B2?
  6. GPA per OLSAS? Applying elsewhere besides U of T?
  7. Osgoode 100% Queen's 100% Ottawa 100% Western 100% and Windso ask God
  8. Hard to predict Ryerson because it is pretty new. However, your stats are better than most who were accepted last cycle. Your chance for OZ is 100% and better than 75% for U of T
  9. you are right- I mixed up Queens and Western. Western is looking for 80th percentile.. 160 in most cases. https://law.uwo.ca/future_students/jd_admissions/admissions_FAQ/prospective_students_general.html What is required to be a competitive candidate?A competitive candidate in the General Category will have completed a minimum of three years of undergraduate university study, (although most of our admitted students have completed a four-year degree), have an A- (82-84%) (GPA 3.7) average preferably overall, but particularly for the last two full years of study, and an LSAT score above the 80th percentile. https://law.queensu.ca/frequently-asked-questions Do you have minimum admissions requirements? We do not have minimum admission requirements. In the General Category, competitive applicants should have at least an “A-” average (GPA 3.7) in the top two years of their undergraduate degree program at a full course load along with an LSAT score of at least 157. In the Access Category, competitive applicants should have at least a “B+” average (GPA 3.3) in the top two years of their undergraduate degree program at a full course load along with an LSAT score of at least 154.
  10. Why would you be concerned about the process? OZ like all other law schools wants to fill the class with the best possible students and the best combination. Whether the files will be re-evaluated or is not anyone's concern but theirs. Admission should have the flexibility to make the final decision based on the information they have at the time. I was placed on the OZ waitlist and someone with lower stats than a few of us who were on the list was accepted. I was a bit upset but has to respect their (holistic ?)decision.
  11. I just checked McGill acceptance thread. None has 3.3 GPA. Are you applying elsewhere?
  12. 157 is the cut off (I think) for Western and Queens. https://law.queensu.ca/frequently-asked-questions you have minimum admissions requirements? We do not have minimum admission requirements. In the General Category, competitive applicants should have at least an “A-” average (GPA 3.7) in the top two years of their undergraduate degree program at a full course load along with an LSAT score of at least 157. In the Access Category, competitive applicants should have at least a “B+” average (GPA 3.3) in the top two years of their undergraduate degree program at a full course load along with an LSAT score of at least 154.
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