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  1. @Kittycatmeow777 thanks for asking them! I hope end of June means next week aha.
  2. @Kittycatmeow777 I have not contacted them, but based on previous years dates I am predicting that we may find out next week... if the pattern holds.
  3. @Alterion so a B/B- avg at a school that scales to a B or B- would be competitive?
  4. @Kittycatmeow777 just part of environmental law outreach program. what about you?
  5. Hey all, good luck with your transfers. May I ask if any of you were heavily involved with ECs in your 1L? I feel as if I lacked ECs and it may be a downfall. Also, any consensus on what a "satisfactory" GPA means? I have heard of people getting in with a B avg and some with a B+ to A-.
  6. Accepted. LSAT: 153, 159 L2: 4.0/4.0
  7. Thank you everyone for your insight.
  8. Hey everyone, I am currently interested in practicing within BC someday. However, the only schools that I have gotten into so far are Queen’s and Alberta. Do you think that it would be a better choice long term to go to Alberta if the plan is to practice in BC? Please let me know what you think, any response is appreciated.
  9. Accepted today! Beyond happy. L2: 4.0 LSAT: 153
  10. Helped clear out some of my anxieties. Thank you for the suggestion.
  11. I am also above the indicator according to my 153 LSAT and 4.0 L2 (confirmed). I wonder, how reliable has the predictor actually been? I also have this fear that this cycle will be more competitive than ever, and that this predictor will "fail." But apparently this feeling is felt by a lot of individuals during each cycle.
  12. If your GPA is confirmed as a 4.0 on the Alberta scale, then based on last year's statistics you would most likely be admitted. Just going based on what others have told me. Good luck!
  13. I took more than 4 years, so no my GPA was not under 1.0 for my first year. Thank you though, I appreciate your quick response. Hopefully, I can get in another year with a higher lsat if not this cycle.
  14. I have applied to uOttawa but I am concerned that the way OLSAS converts my cgpa will lower my chances. I have roughly around a 3.22 cgpa and have a 153 lsat. However, I do have amazing ecs and references and my last 3 years/last 2 years are basically reflective of a 4.0 GPA (and the upwards trend is drastic). What do you think my chances are? Little to none? Or good? Thank you and I appreciate any feedback.
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