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  1. 3.81 and Queens takes B2 so thats 3.86 - my L2 are somewhere in between that, maybe 3.83 ish
  2. Okay thats great thanks so much
  3. You're good. Yeah im sitting at a 158, 3.86b2 and i REALLY dont want to rewrite
  4. As per queens website you are COMPETITIVE. Don't let people discourage you, I have heard of people getting waitlisted and accepted with worse stats. They note that competitive is 157 and 3.7. Good luck! We may end up in the class of 2023 together!
  5. Thank you! If you dont mind me asking how do you know this? Did you read it somewhere?
  6. Hello All! Quick question - what happens if I apply in the access category and a school feels that I do not belong. I spoke with an admissions advisor at osgoode and she told me to fill out Part B due to my mental health, and so i also applied access at Queens but I am wondering if the advisors there wont agree with my access claim. Will they simply place my application back into the regular pile? Thanks!
  7. No. An upward trend just means you got better at your studies. That is not any of the folllowing " if they apply: equity factors, work/life experience, performance considerations and diversity factors.". Double check the website.
  8. Did you end up getting accepted!! My stats are very similar and im worried, dont know if i should rewrite
  9. Hi @Ryn , If you have a higher than average GPA but a slightly lower than average LSAT, does the GPA compensate for the LSAT at osgoode? Do they place more weight on one vs the other? Thanks!
  10. Hello! Did OLSAS ask you to input your LSAC number? You need to input that information and your score and info will eventually populate.
  11. Hello! I was just wondering what ended up happening with your application - my stats are almost identical. Thanks!
  12. The room at the Markham Hilton location was cold as hheeellllll.
  13. All information about the non disclosed July 2018 LSAT (July 23)
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