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  1. You don't need to have a second degree. You can register as a non-degree student to improve your cGPA / L2 / B2. Or you can work for 5 years then apply in mature category. In any case you need a high LSAT score though.
  2. You will be fine. You also have a shot at UBC (if your GPA is 82%+ after drops) and UVic, by the way. If you can raise your LSAT to 170 you will get into UofT. Good luck!
  3. That's great - so you have a good reason for not taking full course load. You will have a good shot at Queens, Western and Ottawa. Don't forget Windsor and Osgoode though - you may have a shot there as well, never know. What is your B3?
  4. Queens considers full load as at least 4 courses and Western prefers 5. How many hours did you work weekly?
  5. How many courses did you take each semester in your last 2 years?
  6. All Ontario law schools take your highest LSAT score (except Queens uses average LSAT scores for file ordering but still takes the highest score for admissions) so the cancellation is not necessary. The good things for keeping the score (158 is not bad): 1. The school can admit you without waiting your next score. 2. If you are not admissible at that time the school will wait for your next score. If you apply to Alberta it is better to cancel the score since they average your LSAT scores.
  7. Don't cancel 158 and you still can re-take the LSAT. You will have a shot at Windsor with 3.42 / 158 if you have good ECs.
  8. Keep your good work on your GPA and ECs. You will be fine.
  9. You will get into all of them with 3.7 / 3.77 and 163.
  10. You have a shot at Ottawa and Queens. Try Windsor as well.
  11. Your index is 3.88 * 22.5 + 154 = 241.3 242 is auto admin so you will get in later in the cycle. Work harder to improve your L2 to 3.9 or above. Here is the info for how to calculate your L2 and index: https://lawstudents.ca/forums/topic/57938-determining-your-l2lsatindex-score/
  12. What is your L2 GPA in 4.0 scale?
  13. You are good for Calgary and Ottawa. If you L2 is above 3.8 you are in UofA: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-u9luOkViBOYVM2bWFMcmJNcUpOZVBZY0lsTVpyOGRIaGFR/view?usp=drive_open
  14. In. Ottawa likes 3.7 / 157.
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