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  1. Wow, I never knew. Thanks mate, appreciate it.
  2. Yep! As others have noted, once they receive your updated transcript, they will.
  3. Hi everyone, the OLSAS calculated GPA has been posted on OUAC, today. Best wishes with this application session. It is available under the track documents section. It does not show best three or last two calculations, only the cGPA calculation per OLSAS' calculator. Best wishes for the application cycle. Boabdil
  4. No, I never said that. Anyway, I am not thinking straight for the moment. It's best that this thread is closed down. I am taking a break from all forums for a while.
  5. Of course, but most people here have decent GPAs to get into law school. Also, my GPA does not even matter anyway. Let's just not talk about it.
  6. GPA means nothing at the end of the day if you cannot do the LSAT. It's just an ego booster, nothing more, nothing less.
  7. Point taken, I am an idiot. I am an idiot for overestimating my non-existent LSAT abilities, solely based on my GPA. On a side note, I now realize that I was wrong this whole time, and do apologize for offending you. Anyway, I am not going to post here anymore. All I have done is make myself look like a complete idiot.
  8. No, those are my GPA stats. He referred to the fact that I was acting like a douche and a cocky moron this whole time, thinking that I would do well on the LSAT, despite not studying for it and thinking that I could breeze through it. I lied about my prep scores before and currently, because I was proud of my GPA, and thought that because I had a high GPA, I would do well on the LSAT, but let's just say that that was not the case, and the real problem I had is that my LSAT score was below mediocre when I actually started doing a prep tests, and I realized that my high GPA would mean nothing with the LSAT scores I was averaging. I will just leave it at that. I was also calling out people on their LSAT scores and judging them and believing too high in my nonexistent LSAT skills because of my high academic credentials. Moral of the story, just because one has a high OLSAS and LSAC GPA, does not mean that one will ace the LSAT. This whole time I anticipated that I was going to breeze through the LSAT, but that is not the case.
  9. Alright, thanks mate. I appreciate your advice. I just did not expect the LSAT to be this difficult to prepare for, and I think that was a huge mistake on my part. It truly made me realize all of the difficulties everyone goes through while preparing for the test.
  10. Yes, you're right. I just hope that this does not end up being a bad decision for me. I am a bit sad that I made the decision, but now it's too late to go back. Yes, you'e right. I guess I will just have to work hard, and hopefully I end up reaching my goal come test time. Thanks mate, I truly appreciate your advice. You must have worked very hard and achieved your desired score. It does give me some hope, but hopefully when the time comes I can make improvement as well, as I do not want to waste any more time in securing an admission for this upcoming year. Thanks again, for the advice. I guess I just have to be on my toes, and improve my study habits. Thanks, let's hope so. I am going to push myself harder over these two months to improve those sections. Alright, thanks. But do you think that it will be harder for me to get an offer? Just in general. Thanks, mate. I appreciate your advice. Also, thanks for the GL!
  11. Thanks, mate. It was irrational, but I guess I will just have to live with it now.
  12. Thanks, mate. Appreciate the encouragement, let's hope so. Sorry if it came off as that. That was not my intention. Also, what is a Law school predictor? You're right, mate. I made a terrible mistake, but now there's nothing I can do about it. I guess I have to get ready for February to the best of my ability, and just hope that it goes well. On a side note, my seasonal allergies have been acting up, so perhaps that contributing more than anything to my decision. But you are right, I should have actually written it. Now, I just have to hope that February goes well.
  13. Thank you, I appreciate your advice greatly. I think that I should have written it, but I new that LG would have been difficult. I am, however, going to study harder for the LG, now that I have a bit more time. I made the mistake of waiting too long to study for this test. I began studying in late October (I know, bad decision), and I barely got anything early on. Thank you, once again. I guess, I thought it was better to wait and then write the LSAT than bombing an LSAT and having to rewrite it again. Also, I have seasonal allergies at the moment, so I think that might have contributed to my decision. Thanks, I appreciate your advice mate. I think that I was not 100% ready for this upcoming test. But I should have asked for advice before making the decision I did. I guess there is nothing I can do now, other than studying to the best of my ability.
  14. I guess I just made a bad decision, but nothing I can do about it now. Thanks for the advice, mate.
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