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  1. I got into Queen's in January with 3.0 cgpa, 3.9 L2 and 161 LSAT, so you definitely have a good chance at the L2 schools in Ontario (Queen's, Western) as long as you bring your lsat up. I don't think going back for classes would be worth it, you'd probably need to take quite a few for it to actually make a substantial difference on your cgpa. Ottawa I don't think the chances would be great since they seem to care more about cumulative, but if you do wait to apply as mature your chances go up a lot for all schools. Either way, if you got your lsat to 160s you have a good chance at an acceptance in Ontario.
  2. Hey I just went through the apartment hunt recently for a 2 bedroom. 1400 is kind of low for the average 2 bedroom (close to campus) but if you were willing to settle for one bedroom you can find really nice spacious ones for much less. I'd also strongly recommend against getting something without seeing it first, there are a lot of sketchy landlords in that area. There were multiple apartments where the photos looked alright and then I'd get there and it would be a complete dump, for both smaller landlords and the big companies. Even if you could take 1 day to train there and back it would really be worth it!
  3. Accepted today! GPA: 3.0 L2/B2: 3.91 Lsat: 161 General category!!!!!!!! I can't believe I've been accepted in one of the first rounds. I applied to the MA econ/JD program and really focused my PS on why I specifically wanted to go to Queen's for that program. I started bawling when I saw the acceptance because I really couldn't believe it! It's my first choice so I will most likely be accepting Good luck everyone!!
  4. I saw that mine went under evaluation earlier this week when they got my Nov LSAT score but then I just checked now and it said last updated yesterday (dec 13th) does that mean they've looked at mine? Would Ottawa really go through them randomly?
  5. Were the degrees from different schools? Some have different OLSAS conversions. Also if you repeated any courses, did you include the original and repeated? Were courses full year vs. half year weighted appropriately? I used Ryn's calculator and had a weird transcript as well but it came out with only a 0.01 difference. If you think you calculated it correctly I would say try calling to figure out how they did it/verify it's correct.
  6. It was held in the big rooms in Montpetit (202-203). As for system/policies/format everything seemed the same as normal. I've heard before that they usually have it in the first floor rooms in DMS so maybe they were occupied in November.
  7. I did horribly my first year and a half of university and have improved quite a bit. I failed multiple classes and repeated some and by the end of my degree I should be a a 3.4, however I realized that GPA calculations would include all the original marks as well putting me down to a 3.0. My L2 is going to be around 3.88 and I'm just wondering whether it is possible and what are my chances? I wouldn't want to go outside of Ontario and also what kind of LSAT score do you think I would need to compensate? Thanks!
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