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  1. yeezy

    Chances? LSAT 161 cGPA 3.61

    I really dont think you need to retake. You are just below the average b2 and lsat for queens. Think you will get in in the second round. https://law.queensu.ca/programs/jd/class-stats
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    LSAT goes digital

    I assume you will still have paper to work on your diagrams. This is just for filling in answers.
  3. yeezy

    LSAT goes digital

    This is awesome. Hopefully this means same-day scoring like the GRE.
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    Chances- Lsat- 160 Cgpa- 3.3 B2- 3.7

    in at queens and western
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    Chances - General [3.4, 3.5, 164]

    Oh I must have missed that. Prob around 75%
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    Chances - General [3.4, 3.5, 164]

    How? Ottawa favors cgpa quite a bit and it doesnt look like a 3.4 is competitive enough for op's chances to be 80%. Windsor unknown (they are very holistic, looking at 7 factors) Osgoode very slim chance UofT no Queens 70% Ottawa 50%
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    Chances? LSAT 161 cGPA 3.61

    The point was that for Queens, it isnt true that cgpa beats l2/b2. Queens is a b2 school, as the link shows. So, example 1 is more competitive than example 2.
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    Chances - 3.13/3.66/160

    Note that it seems´╗┐ like some schools put your file aside if your doing a retake meaning´╗┐ that for that time you arent really being considered (obv unless your stats already immediately merit it). So you might miss a full round of offers if you retake. Right now, Id say you are 90% in at Western, 50% at Queen's, and 25% at Ottawa. Even if you get a really high score, your odds at Ottawa are low.
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    Envy

    Theyre prob waiting until Nov lsat marks. Also lots of schools havent sent out first rounds yet, dw.
  10. Ottawa 80%. Queens prob in because of your b2. Lsat too low for rest.
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    What to do??? Retake or wait?

    Idunno it seems like some schools put your file aside if your doing a retake meaning that for that time you arent really being considered (obv unless your stats already immediately merit it). Op really has given little information to help tho. Whats your /4 or /4.33 gpa? Where are you applying? What was your lsat percentile? Whats your gpa WITH DROPS? @AlpacaWhisperer
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    Where do I begin

    my only tip is review! its more important than any other single factor. review is: 1. blind review 2. identifying not only what questions you got wrong and why but also those that you were iffy on and could have gotten wrong 3. taking notes of this review and which type of questions you got wrong and coming back to them! that can be drilling, looking up the question type in your lsat book of your choice (i recommend the trainer + a set of powerscore, etc.), or remembering these question types during pts and remembering your learned point of attack.
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