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  1. I’ve taken the LSAT three times, the first time I got 154, second take 158, and third 157. Although my upward trend was ruined on my third take each time I’ve finished the test feeling like I could go home and study and probably still improve my score. My third try I almost feel like I overstudied leading up to the test and my biggest difficulty was that I was mentally exhausted and didn’t have the endurance to finish strong. My question is, even though I feel like I could push my score into the low 160’s, I’ve now established a pretty solid benchmark that I’m a mid 150’s student, so will taking another test and maybe getting to that 160 mark even be worth it? Or will schools look at my 4 scores and see the 160 as an outlier with my mid 150’s scores being a more accurate representation of my abilities? tia
  2. Hi all, I’m wondering how law school works in terms of choosing your courses. Is it similar to university where you have a particular area of law that you take most of your courses in and that’s your major or specialization and then you maybe have other areas that you took a couple of courses in and those are essentially your minors? Or can you basically take whatever you want but advertise your knowledge of a certain area at your own risk if you maybe didn’t focus on it? TIA
  3. My stats as calculated by OLSAS are 3.3, 3.5, and 158 LSAT. I will be rewriting the LSAT in December and feel very strongly that I can improve on this score and am trying to determine by how much I really need to improve. My grades will not be changing as I've finished school, very weak EC's which I provide an explanation for in my PS as I was undergoing cancer treatment for much of my undergrad and did not have much time to participate. Also have two reference letters from award winning professors, one discussing my academic abilities and the other focusing on the personal challenges I've overcome. Just hoping to find out if I have a shot or if I will need to dramatically improve my LSAT, thanks in advance.
  4. My stats as calculated by OLSAS are 3.3, 3.5, and 158 LSAT. I will be rewriting the LSAT in December and feel very strongly that I can improve on this score and am trying to determine by how much I really need to improve. My grades will not be changing as I've finished school, very weak EC's which I provide an explanation for in my PS as I was undergoing cancer treatment for much of my undergrad and did not have much time to participate. Also have two reference letters from award winning professors, one discussing my academic abilities and the other focusing on the personal challenges I've overcome. Just hoping to find out if I have a shot or if I will need to dramatically improve my LSAT, thanks in advance.
  5. My stats as calculated by OLSAS are 3.3, 3.5, and 158 LSAT. I will be rewriting the LSAT in December and feel very strongly that I can improve on this score and am trying to determine by how much I really need to improve. My grades will not be changing as I've finished school, very weak EC's which I provide an explanation for in my PS as I was undergoing cancer treatment for much of my undergrad and did not have much time to participate. Also have two reference letters from award winning professors, one discussing my academic abilities and the other focusing on the personal challenges I've overcome. Just hoping to find out if I have a shot or if I will need to dramatically improve my LSAT, thanks in advance.
  6. My stats as calculated by OLSAS are 3.3, 3.5, and 158 LSAT. I will be rewriting the LSAT in December and feel very strongly that I can improve on this score and am trying to determine by how much I really need to improve. My grades will not be changing as I've finished school, very weak EC's which I provide an explanation for in my PS as I was undergoing cancer treatment for much of my undergrad and did not have much time to participate. Also have two reference letters from award winning professors, one discussing my academic abilities and the other focusing on the personal challenges I've overcome. Just hoping to find out if I have a shot or if I will need to dramatically improve my LSAT, thanks in advance.
  7. My stats as calculated by OLSAS are 3.3, 3.5, and 158 LSAT. I will be rewriting the LSAT in December and feel very strongly that I can improve on this score and am trying to determine by how much I really need to improve. My grades will not be changing as I've finished school, very weak EC's which I provide an explanation for in my PS as I was undergoing cancer treatment for much of my undergrad and did not have much time to participate. Also have two reference letters from award winning professors, one discussing my academic abilities and the other focusing on the personal challenges I've overcome. Just hoping to find out if I have a shot or if I will need to dramatically improve my LSAT, thanks in advance.
  8. My stats as calculated by OLSAS are 3.3, 3.5, and 158 LSAT. I will be rewriting the LSAT in December and feel very strongly that I can improve on this score and am trying to determine by how much I really need to improve. My grades will not be changing as I've finished school, very weak EC's which I provide an explanation for in my PS as I was undergoing cancer treatment for much of my undergrad and did not have much time to participate. Also have two reference letters from award winning professors, one discussing my academic abilities and the other focusing on the personal challenges I've overcome. Just hoping to find out if I have a shot or if I will need to dramatically improve my LSAT, thanks in advance. mod edit: thread moved, OP is interested in Windsor, UWO, Ottawa, Queen's, and Osgoode. -WJ
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