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  1. Avoided a potential big dilemma LSAT 170 cGPA 3.50
  2. Accepted today thank fucking god LSAT 170 cGPA 3.50 L2 3.20 Very good high school ECs, very mediocre undergrad ECs, I'm guessing the LoRs were pretty solid but my PSE was probably just average. Will likely be accepting. Good luck to everyone waiting!
  3. Should've aimed for 169. No way anyone will take you with a 170. (From experience)
  4. Yeah! I can add to this. I applied last year as well and I was waitlisted, and only rejected in late August.
  5. You think you got rejected BEACUSE of your 173?
  6. Rejected. LSAT 170 cGPA 3.60 B3 3.60 I'm outta here! (I'm a uoft undergrad)
  7. Downward trend in GPA? Poor ECs or PS?
  8. looks like more of a focus on GPA and less of one on the LSAT compared to previous years. Time to kms.
  9. For the record I wasn't trolling and still haven't heard back!!!!! Getting pretty panicky. My L2 (2nd and 3rd year) was 3.50 on the dot (I think) and my first semester this year was 3.25.
  10. You could pay me to keep them in my apartment for you LOL
  11. Fuck I should have delayed sending mine. Bombed last sem. LOL
  12. I can't give you any sort of answer, but I'm in the same position myself! Edit: (except I haven't gotten in...)
  13. cGPA 3.5 (very strong downward trend) LSAT 170 Still haven't gotten in. Starting to get paranoid about being dissed in my LoRs or something. Sorry if that sounds silly, the anxiety might have something to do with it. Should I press the panic button yet?
  14. I hate those fucking emails.
  15. was 3.55 your best three? upward trend? downward trend? (similar stats)
  16. I'm not sure where you went to undergrad, but it seems to me that 8 courses would not have been a full courseload. They say they look at best three years and they prefer candidates that have taken full courseloads. Also, your total number of courses adds up to 36, which divided by four years gives an odd number, which makes me wonder if you've been counting half-year courses and full-year courses both as 1 course each. Which would be a very dumb way of counting courses. You should definitely be counting them by credit. I would imagine they'd look at about 3/4 of an undergraduate degree's worth of courses but they'll probably (maybe?) penalize you a tiny bit for having never taken a REAL full course load (just because you take enough courses to pay full time tuition doesn't mean it's actually a full course load, a full courseload would be 1/4 of an undergrad. Even though you seem to have done some pretty dumb shit in this post, I'd imagine you'd eventually get in with anything mid to high 160s on LSAT.
  17. From what I can tell, compared to the rest of the schools, the predict-o-matic thing does the best with predicting Western admissions. My guess is that their admissions are much less holistic than at the other schools. That being said, based on your stats the predict-o-matic says you have a poor chance, even if they weigh your L2 more favorably. But if they put enough emphasis on the upward trend and the personal statement you could be in.
  18. How long ago was your undergrad? My guess is the longer ago it was the better your chances. I might be wrong but the LSAT score isn't uncompetitive but it also doesn't stand out. Having left the PhD program might hurt a tiny bit. Sounds like it's up to your personal statement in the end but I wouldn't be shocked if you didn't get in even with a pretty decent one.
  19. So similar question: I know they're due by February 1, but let's say I didn't get the best marks last semester, can I put off ordering the transcript until January 31?
  20. Stats? It seems to be the order of admissions is based on cGPA
  21. Damn... someone trying to get OFF the sunshine list?
  22. What is your L2 and how were your ECs and LoR? (Or any other factor that might have helped you?) (Not to be insulting, those are good stats! Congratulations on getting in!)
  23. Yeah I said that specifically in my original post so I'm not sure what help it is to hear it again. It's not really an answer to any of my questions.
  24. I have no excuse. Just a typical Social Science degree (Economics major, Linguistics major, Poli sci minor) Thanks for the input
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