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  1. SlickRick

    Chances ?

    I was waitlisted and ultimately rejected last year with a 3.63 and 154. For reference.
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    LSAT prep classes in Toronto

    Incredible increase, congratulations!
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    LSAT prep classes in Toronto

    Can confirm. Edit: He is able to reduce concepts and give analogies so successfully where you ask yourself, "how did I not see that?" I highly recommend HarvardReady.
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    Chances LSAT 160 and, cGPA 3.65

    Foolishly submitted with a 154. Didn't rewrite in the Winter, got swept as a result.
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    JAN LSAT

    Before you rewrite, just know that admissions will look at decreased scores unfavourably. I had someone from admissions tell me that this past week.
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    Chances LSAT 160 and, cGPA 3.65

    I got rejected from all Ontario schools with virtually identical stats (3.63/154) last cycle.
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    Suits For Men

    For those of us on a tight budget, Macy's has suits and other dress clothes on sale for 70-85% off, it is in USD but they ship to Canada. FWIW.
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    I messed up

    I'd honestly call again to confirm.
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    I messed up

    Are you certain about this? They are very closed-off when it comes to information on the LSAT. I remember a rep came to my undergrad and I had asked them what their average was and they said, "we don't give out that information." Which isn't indicative of giving out other information but with the reputation Windsor has, I seriously doubt that they would average the scores. But, if you heard this from admissions then I suppose it's true. What is your source?
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    Am I competitive?

    Going for the trifecta, I see. Good luck!
  11. Sounds tremendous my friend.
  12. 1) It's just "LSAT" 2) A high cGPA or a high LSAT, what you mentioned are probably not going to make a material difference. 3) Overwhelmingly no. Not to discourage you, I don't know your aptitude for standardized testing, but it seems that you are ill-prepared for this admissions cycle. I was too last year, hence my failed cycle and I have a relatively competitive cGPA (3.63) but a poor LSAT (154). Some schools if I recall, and I may be wrong, don't accept a January LSAT and on your first go, giving 2 months, or 1, I can't tell which you are intending to do, is likely not sufficient. But hey, you may be good at it. I echo Eeee above. It may be worthwhile to wait until next cycle.
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    The Sartorial Canon

    This thread has been fantastic to read, you all have great taste. Thanks for the tips! Edit: While my comment lacked any meaningful information to the topic, I don't want to be that overzealous 0L who weighs in on what to (or not to) wear as a lawyer. In the meantime, I will consume all tips and trends.
  14. For reference, I was rejected with a 3.63 cGPA and 154 from every school in Ontario this past cycle.
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    Adcom/Admissions Updates

    GG everyone.
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