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  1. Does anyone Know if for example one of my B2 years happens to be my last year, do they count the winter semester? I know some schools do not.
  2. Hello everyone, I’m curious to know how much time people spend studying the LSAT. Please comment how much prep you’ve done in terms of hours, days, or months. Just trying to get a general sense of how much prep is needed to be successful. Thanks!
  3. You raise valid points.. although I can't tell for-sure how much my LSAT score could be risen choosing the second option, I just started studying for the test a month ago and I believe it the extra study time could be beneficial. Also I know I shouldn't be forecasting GPA because like you said it almost never reflects how you actually do. Having said all this I am still worried that because of such a low potential GPA with respect to the competitive average of 3.8, I am not sure it'll be enough to get in.
  4. Hey everyone Im having a little trouble deciding on how I am going to finish my degree. So the problem is my L60 is structured in a way that will most likely be taking 5 courses in the spring/summer and then 6 courses in the fall (2019).. I project to end up having a GPA of around 3.65. On the other hand I could also structure my L60 to be 3 courses in the spring/summer and 5 in the fall.. projecting a GPA at around 3.55. Having said that I also still need to take the LSAT in the summer and I'm leaning towards the September LSAT. Is it smarter to take the section option, ease my school workload and have more time to focus on the LSAT? Or should I push for a 3.65+ GPA and take the heavier Course load and still get an okay amount of studying for the LSAT in the summer. Like I said I still need to tackle the LSAT this summer either way and also Im trying to get in for fall 2020. Let me know your thoughts! I know my situation is not Ideal.
  5. Can anyone help? I understand that your last 60 credits are considered for your gpa calculation but what If you go to a different university than UofA? do all the degree level classes count towards gpa? Even if they don't transfer to the Uofa?
  6. Can anyone help? I understand that your last 60 credits are considered for your gpa calculation but what If you go to a different university than Calgary? do all the degree level classes count towards gpa? Even if they don't transfer to the UofC?
  7. What are the rounding rules for gpa?
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