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  1. My diagnostic was a 147 I believe. My final score was 167. You can do it!
  2. Thanks for this! Good to know that I don't need to worry about it
  3. This is my first W. Thanks. I sure hope it's a non-factor.
  4. I recently withdrew from a summer course that I was taking. Since I was late in withdrawing, I will receive a grade of "W" on my transcript for this course. Does anyone know what a law school would think of that? Would they care at all? I'm probably being paranoid but I'd rather not have a grade of W on my transcript if I could avoid it. I can try to re-enrol in this course but I'm currently taking four other summer courses, working full-time, and living on my own for the first time so I'd rather not re-enrol unless there is a legitimate reason to.
  5. I was accepted at USask after 2.5 years of undergrad. I have a GPA somewhere between 3.8 and 3.86 (haven't calculated in a while) and a 167 LSAT.
  6. Thank you for this! I definitely don't want to restrict my career options.
  7. Thanks for responding again. I really appreciated your post last time as well. I think I already knew that I probably shouldn't go next year but just needed some reassurance.
  8. Thanks for the advice. I'm thinking of taking a full load of courses this semester so that I can graduate next year but I'm probably going to work part time to keep expenses down.
  9. Not sure if this is where I should post this but whatever. I'm an undergrad student who will be completed 2.5 years of school at the end of this semester. This year, I applied to McGill and to USask law and was accepted at Usask but rejected at McGill. I've got a 167 LSAT and a 3.85ish GPA. I've got enough money saved up that, if I chose to go to USask next year, almost all of my legal education would be paid for. I'd also be able to work as a lawyer earlier than if I chose to wait a year or finish my degree before attending law school. However, I know that I'd likely be able to get into a lot of other schools with my stats. I don't have anything against living and working in Saskatchewan but also I don't want to limit my options just because I'm eager to go to law school early. Right now, I'm leaning towards attending the U of S just because it would be a blessing to have law school paid for. Thoughts?
  10. Not sure about your chances but that sounds like a pretty strong sask connection.
  11. You're probably right. The rejection letter they sent me didn't say much beyond telling me to apply again next cycle.
  12. Nah, I wouldn't say that. My LORs, PS, and ECs weren't very good so you could definitely have a great chance of admission despite a lower GPA and LSAT score than mine. Also, I'm only done two years of university so far so I think that definitely counted against me.
  13. I guess I might as well start this thread. LSAT: 167 GPA: 3.86 LOR: One good, one bad PS: Mediocre at best.
  14. Ah I think you're probably right. There's no need to rush such a big decision. Thanks for this comment.
  15. I didn't think 1L summer jobs were very common so that's pretty reassuring to hear! One last question: how does the workload compare to undergrad?
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