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  1. Accepted off the waitlist yesterday Will be accepting LSAT 155 L2/B2 3.75
  2. Let us know if you make a group, would like to meet my new classmates
  3. Got the call yesterday CGPA: 3.2 L2: 3.75 LSAT: 155 Lots of experience supervising and working reforestation work and reclamation work on mines. Natural resource management experience was definitely helpful. First acceptance so as of now I will be accepting. Congrats everyone!
  4. Can you please elaborate on this fool proof logic games method?
  5. What type of courses were you taking during your 5, 5.5 years? I only need a few extra courses to satisfy my degree. Could I hypothetically load up on a bunch of 1st and 2nd year courses to boost my GPA?
  6. What type of courses were you taking during your 5, 5.5 years? I only need a few extra courses to satisfy my degree. Could I hypothetically load up on a bunch of 1st and 2nd year courses to boost my GPA?
  7. Does it matter what courses i take? Hypothetically could I load up on electives and 1st or second year courses?
  8. L2, B3, CGPA? What were you're reasons for taking an extra 1.5 years?
  9. I was under the impression that Dalhousie, Ottawa, and Queens look at your last 2 years in regards to GPA. If i finish out my 4th year with a 3.73, and I take a 5th year at 3.8, would a 165 LSAT be competitive?
  10. Is it wise to take a 5th year to boost your GPA? My CGPA is a 3.3 and currently my L2 is a 3.4. I am in 4th with a current GPA of 3.73. if I took a 5th year to wipe out a subpar 3rd year would I have a chance to get into a school that only examines your L2 or B2? Given I have a outstanding LSAT score what are my chances? What can I do to improve my application?
  11. Because I switched programs half way through university, I am forced to take an extra semester to complete my degree. This was ideal for me because it allows me to take my required courses plus a few extra to boost my GPA. I went and talked to the law school admissions council at Dalhousie and they informed me that they would only look at complete years. Meaning when considering my application, and looking at my L2, they would take my 3rd and 4th year, and not include my half 5th year. The admissions council told me the only way they would look at my 5th year is if it was a full year. In which case when considering my L2 they would look at my 4th and 5th.Is this true? Can someone please shed some light on this? I go to Dalhousie but I am interested in going to a school in Ontario. If I'm trying to boost my GPA, is it worth doing a full 5th year? How would most schools react to summer courses?
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