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  1. Thank you! That is helpful. Is Dal really that competitive? I thought their average for L2 was 3.7. Also what would you say about University of Calgary?
  2. Hi everyone! I'm looking for some advice for applying in the access category. After I converted my grades to a 4.0 scale my CGPA went from 3.3 to 3.12. I suffered from illnesses in undergrad that went unmedicated for 3 years of my 5 year degree and the difference between my fourth and fifth years as well as my masters compared to first to third year is stark. My Best 2 average for Queen's is a 3.52 and my L2 for other schools like Western or Dal is around a 3.7-3.8. This is because my final year didn't hit the exact number of credits Queen's wanted because my courses were worth weird amounts. I was looking for advice on what LSAT score do I need to make up for this? As well, what schools would really take my health claim into consideration/better schools to apply to for my situation? I have also done quite a few extra curriculars, i volunteer for two law firms, I'm also a certified teacher and have a masters degree. Would any of this help my health claim and what schools would best suit me given your experiences applying? If you have other suggestions as to where I could post this, that would be great. Thanks!
  3. Hi everyone! I'm looking for some advice for applying in the access category. After I converted my grades to a 4.0 scale my CGPA went from 3.3 to 3.12. I suffered from illnesses in undergrad that went unmedicated for 3 years of my 5 year degree and the difference between my fourth and fifth years as well as my masters compared to first to third year is stark. My Best 2 average for Queen's is a 3.52 and my L2 for other schools like Western or Dal is around a 3.7-3.8. This is because my final year didn't hit the exact number of credits Queen's wanted because my courses were worth weird amounts. I was looking for advice on what LSAT score do I need to make up for this? As well, what schools would really take my health claim into consideration/better schools to apply to for my situation? I have also done quite a few extra curriculars, i volunteer for two law firms, I'm also a certified teacher and have a masters degree. Would any of this help my health claim and what schools would best suit me given your experiences applying? If you have other suggestions as to where I could post this, that would be great. Thanks!
  4. Hi everyone! I'm looking for some advice for applying in the access category. After I converted my grades to a 4.0 scale my CGPA went from 3.3 to 3.12. I suffered from illnesses in undergrad that went unmedicated for 3 years of my 5 year degree and the difference between my fourth and fifth years as well as my masters compared to first to third year is stark. My L2 for other schools like Western or Dal is around a 3.7-3.8. This is because my final year didn't hit the exact number of credits Queen's wanted because my courses were worth weird amounts. I was looking for advice on what LSAT score do I need to make up for this? As well, what schools would really take my health claim into consideration/better schools to apply to for my situation? I have also done quite a few extra curriculars, i volunteer for two law firms, I'm also a certified teacher and have a masters degree. Would any of this help my health claim and what schools would best suit me given your experiences applying? If you have other suggestions as to where I could post this, that would be great. Thanks!
  5. Hi everyone! I'm looking for some advice for applying in the access category. After I converted my grades to a 4.0 scale my CGPA went from 3.3 to 3.12. I suffered from illnesses in undergrad that went unmedicated for 3 years of my 5 year degree and the difference between my fourth and fifth years as well as my masters compared to first to third year is stark. My Best 2 average for Queen's is a 3.52 and my L2 for other schools like Western or Dal is around a 3.7-3.8. This is because my final year didn't hit the exact number of credits Queen's wanted because my courses were worth weird amounts. I was looking for advice on what LSAT score do I need to make up for this? As well, what schools would really take my health claim into consideration/better schools to apply to for my situation? I have also done quite a few extra curriculars, i volunteer for two law firms, I'm also a certified teacher and have a masters degree. Would any of this help my health claim and what schools would best suit me given your experiences applying? If you have other suggestions as to where I could post this, that would be great. Thanks!
  6. So my best 3 years GPA is around a 3.67 which I know is a bit lower than the 3.8 the median GPA is. I also had an upward trend. Around what LSAT score would I need to make up for this? Or what kinds of work/volunteer experiences might I search for? Additional info: I struggled with my health during undergrad and would be able to supply medical notes. Does U of T take this into account? Some other schools have access category. As well, I do know the school considers your course load as well. My final year had 22.5 units in it rather than 30. I took a full load, it was just how my program was set up. How would U of T view this?
  7. Hi! I was wondering if Windsor only looks at CGPA or if L2 years is taken into consideration as well? Thanks!
  8. sj95

    low cgpa

    What are the chances of getting in with a lower CGPA like 3.1-3.3 if the average of your L2 is above 3.7?
  9. I was curious in the sense that if I end up with a 3.6 this year if next year would bring up the average of the two years. Rather than me necessarily not meeting the standard of 3.7 for the last two years. If that makes sense. And yes my CGPA would be around 3.2 or 3.3 by the end of this year so I'd likely need a better LSAT score.
  10. Hello everyone! I'm an undergrad student at Queen's very interested in law at Western. I'm in fourth year of a 5 year program which the university said they would calculate as my second last year. I've got a 3.6/7 in my second last year, but I have yet to see how next year will go. When they say they want an average of 3.7 in the last two years do they mean they want a 3.7 in both years or will they average out the last two years as in 3.4 one year and 4.0 the next? Sorry for the silly question I just couldn't tell if they meant 3.7 each year or as an average of both based on the wording in admissions
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