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  1. I don’t. Which is what I’m afraid of. I know I might be able to compensate for it with a higher lsat score. But do they really value the Saskatchewan connection that much?
  2. Haven't written the LSAT yet, going to in about three weeks time. CGPA was 3.12. B2 GPA was 3.51 on a 4.0 scale. Also not sure if I was doing that 100% correct so if someone could help that would be great! I calculated it based on the two years of classes where I took 16 courses over two years. 4 in each of the Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Fall 2017 and Spring 2017 as well. Thanks!
  3. Hi there, Does anyone know what the median GPA is for TRU and how it's calculated? Thanks!
  4. GPA is 3.12 L2 is 3.4 L3 is 3.26 I know my GPA isn't great and I haven't taken the LSAT yet but does anyone think I would get in anywhere in Canada? Thanks
  5. So for specifically university of Manitoba, Windsor and Thompson rivers university. If I were to retake courses. Let’s say I got a C- in one course in first year. I retake it and get an A- the second time around. How would tru or anyof the other universities calculate that gpa? Is it through the average or do they take the higher grade? Thanks in advance!
  6. Do you happen to know what the median GPA to get into law school in Windsor is?
  7. I know the school is fairly holistic and the median GPA was 3.12 for the 2016/2017 program. But does the university drop your lowest courses when considering everything in your GPA calculation like UBC, UVIC and the University of Manitoba? Also if anyone could tell me how the dual JD program is at the university please let me know how it is as it's very intriguing to me! Thanks!
  8. Hello everyone, I'm currently enrolled in Capilano University in the marketing program in North Vancouver and am aspiring to go into law schools. Preferably in Canada. However, I'm worried my grades aren't high enough and therefore had a couple of questions. I have not taken the LSAT yet and my cumulative gpa so far is a 2.96 with two C-'s and a D. Hopefully I can retake those courses to get a better grade. My upper level courses gpa is quite good with a 3.52 average. Is it all possible to consider law school in Canada if I retake these courses and maintain a good gpa for my third and fourth year? I have four courses left for third year and then I'm onto my fourth year. I also have four and a half years of work under my belt with the same company. Will that factor into decisions to get in at all? And does anyone know the grading profile for u of s? I know they look at your best two years with a minimum of 24 credits in those two years but I only have one so far that would apply and my average is 2.99.
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