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  1. If you go to the Queen's Law Student Society website, on the left hand side you'll see a tab titled "grade distributions". That should have all the info you're looking for!
  2. I may be totally off but I thought BJ used to be 130 for first year associates on NALP?
  3. Queens takes into account your top 2 years and the LSAT. So you have a fantastic chance given your strong LSAT and strong L2. Good luck!
  4. I did end up signing a place actually, I found it through keystone properties. If you do end up deciding to go to QL, I suggest checking their website, they still have a few available. Edit: they are pretty expensive, but they were very helpful and easy to deal with.
  5. Just an FYI, when I accepted back in March I was looking into housing in Kingston. I reached out to skyline/Brock towers and they were both full, put myself down on a waiting list and haven't heard anything back yet. Just because you see ads online doesn't mean they're still available! Make lots of calls and see what places are actually available. Good luck!
  6. From the QL FAQ: In the General Category, competitive applicants should have at least an “A-” average (GPA 3.7) in the top two years of their undergraduate degree program at a full course load along with an LSAT score of at least 157 I always read "top 2" as last two, but re-reading their admissions FAQs it seems your right! Looks like they focus on B2.
  7. 1st poster - If you're unsure about your L2 I would recommend calculating it to find out for sure. Queens seems to be focusing more on L2 this cycle. If your "3.6 or so" L2 is a 3.65ish or higher, I think you may have a shot later on in the cycle, maybe summer. Worst case, try bringing that LSAT above a 160 and re-apply next cycle. Are you still completing your undergrad? I ask in case there is any chance you may be able to bump up that L2 a little bit. My CGPA was lower than yours (3.49) and I got into QL this Feb (163 LSAT 3.76 L2). If you have your heart set on QL, your stats are fairly salvageable for next admissions cycle. Have you applied/been accepted elsewhere? 2nd poster - Again I would calculate your L2 so you know for sure, with your 159 and your decent CGPA I think it could make all the difference in knowing whether or not your competitive. Good Luck!
  8. I did as well, status still under evaluation. I think it's just a standard email, no cause for concern/celebration. Good Luck!
  9. In Queue this morning, CGPA 3.59 L2 3.76 LSAT 163 AVG ECs
  10. I see you already got a lot of feedback, but just to add some reassurance, I had a grade an F and a C on my transcript. My CGPA ended up being a 3.49, (L2 of 3.76) and an LSAT of 163. So far I have been accepted to Alberta, Windsor, Dalhousie, and Queen's. So it definitely isn't a deal breaker to have that on your transcript, just try and flush it out with a higher L2. GOODLUCK!
  11. It's hard to say what your chances are, like bhaywardio said, your CGPA is decently below the competitive minimum, but your LSAT is decently above that. I also think you have a good chance of getting in later in the cycle. Good Luck!
  12. Got the email this morning! L2: 3.76 LSAT: 163 Ontario resident, under avg ECs, well written PS.
  13. Just received the email! CGPA: 3.49 L2: 3.76 LSAT: 163 Beyond excited/surprised to hear back so soon considering the low CGPA. Next to Osgoode, queens is my top choice. Likely acvepting.
  14. Hmmm, I received my email on Jan 8th, but where do you check your status? I don't see an option to check my status on my dal application portal. I was under the impression dal didn't update statuses online, but that you could only get your decision over email.
  15. I received an e-mail, it had an attachment with the details of the offer.
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