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  1. I only found out 2 cycle's data but it should be good to give you some basic information.
  2. Queen's Applicants, Offers, Registered and Yield Rate: Year 2015 2016 Applicants 2351 2452 Offers 555 625 Registered 197 203 Yield Rate 35% 32%
  3. Used to be here: https://spaces.osgoode.yorku.ca/?q=system/files/faculty_council_-_april_3_2017_-_agenda_materials_revised4.pdf but no long available.
  4. Not all people with 170+ would apply to UofT. In 2016 cycle there were 99 people with 171 or above LSAT applied to UofT and 83 of them got offers. https://lawstudents.ca/forums/topic/62384-uoft-apps-offers-and-yield-rate/?tab=comments#comment-842289
  5. LSAT Range 171-180 (98th to 99th) 161-170 (83th to 97th) 156-160 (67th to 80th) 151-155 (48th to 64th) Less then 151 (<48th) 2015 Registered / Offers 34/73 139/199 13/19 1/2 -- 2016 Registered / Offers 36/83 146/207 9/13 1/1 -- (Looks like there are a few number off)
  6. Congrats! And let the dice decide! 😄
  7. Congrats! What about your L2 and ECs?
  8. You will get into UofM (off the wait-list) this time if not Windsor. Good luck!
  9. You should be in already if it is for this cycle.
  10. Maybe OP will love Toronto and stay there after 1L. You never know.
  11. Just want living in Toronto for a while? Study one year in Uoft then transfer to UBC if you still want going back to Vancouver. Otherwise you might regret. 😄
  12. UNB's first year class size is 92. So is it full already?
  13. L2 stands for last 2 years and B3 stands for best 3 years. Maybe UVic is good for you if you want to stay in BC. https://www.uvic.ca/law/assets/docs/admissfinaid/LSAT-GPA Demographic Chart.pdf Maybe @ janegu can give you some advice.
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