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Luckycharm

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  1. 2.84 is 0.72 higher than 2.12. That is a huge difference in GPA. There are too many if(s) that make it hard to make any prediction. I was hoping to get 180 when I wrote the third time and didn't get anything near that. With a 2.12, I doubt even 170 would help. There are a few thousands law school applicants each year and many with a lot better stats than 2.12 and 152 or 170 get rejected. Unless there are something unique in your application. Do you have a plan B?
  2. i transferred to OZ. I did undergrad at York too. you need a B+ average for OZ . However, a lower GPA (B or B-) if you have a passionate grounds Ottawa is your best bet deadline is May 1? (Next week)
  3. Do you have any friends in Ottawa that can help you? Making a trip to Ottawa should not be a big deal.
  4. I see the confusion. But I don't recall anyone has ever mentioned average LSAT in this forum. excerpts from Windsor Law School What are the average LSAT score and GPA for admitted applicants to the law school? Windsor Law’s Admission Committee considers seven different criteria when assessing an applicant’s file. The LSAT score and Grade Point Average are each only one of the seven criteria. We emphasize that no one single factor is solely determinative of admission to the law school. The Admissions Committee assesses applications in light of all seven criteria categories. The chief source of information about applicants is that which is provided by them in their Personal Profile. Applicants should take care to present a full and rounded view of themselves in their Personal Profile.
  5. Congrats Windsor takes the average??
  6. That is what I think too. The last time I used the washroom in Fauteux Hall was 5 years ago.
  7. From: Samy Missaoui <[email protected]> Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2018 3:42 PM To: XXXXX Reply To: [email protected] Subject: RE:'uOttawa=009-082-709' Ottawa randomly select files for review? Good afternoon, All the complete applications received from OLSAS are reviewed by the Admission Committee. Information which is not issued by the University of Ottawa should not be considered as reliable. Regards, Samy Missaoui Agent, cheminement et opérations scolaires | Officer, Academic Development and Operations Centre étudiant de common law | Common Law Student Centre (FTX237) Faculté de droit, Section de common law | Faculty of Law, Common Law Section Université d'Ottawa | University of Ottawa Tél. | Tel : 613-562-5800 (7158) Téléc. | Fax : 613-562-5869 www.commonlaw.uottawa.ca SpaceLawyer Members 32 52 posts Report post Posted yesterday at 11:51 AM When I called and asked, they told me specifically that they chose files randomly. If you don't like my response, call them yourself. I get you may already be at Ottawa U, that doesn't mean you work for their admissions committee. I'm just referring to what she said to me on the phone. I encourage you to call if you disagree or believe I am lying.
  8. that why someone with excellent stats never get selected
  9. are you studying at a Canadian University?
  10. I think Ottawa has given out over 400 offers already. If things goes like last year, there will be at least another 100 to go till end of August. I don't think any law school in Ontario will give out offers by "random" .
  11. Are your GPA based on OLSAS conversion ? 3.6/4.0 or 3.6/4.33 ? From one of the Canadian University listed on OLSAS?
  12. come back with a real LSAT
  13. did you ask him/her how many offers Ottawa gave out last cycle and how many they have given out this cycle so far?
  14. they will call you around 2am in the morning and withdrawal their offer. just unplug the phone or turn your cell phone off to avoid that.
  15. I am still on 2012 Windsor, Osgoode, Queen's and Western's wait list
  16. No way to give you an assessment without knowing your stats.
  17. What kind consequences are you afraid of? you will never be accepted to that school in your life time without a very good excuse. That is probably one of the consequence. Couldn't think of another unless you paid the deposit like BlockedQuebecois said.
  18. not randomized The stats is not the only factor they looked at.
  19. Good lawyer material I am curious how many courses were below C-
  20. Like got two 10s playing Black Jack and hoping to get an Ace.
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