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  1. The answer is very helpful - Thanks a lot! I know you got into Windsor last year and successfully transferred to Osgoode this year. Congratulations!
  2. Just wonder if you ever got off the waitlist. Thanks.
  3. Congratulations! And my prediction was right When were you put into the waitlist if you don't mind?
  4. If you can get 176 or higher why not? Getting a higher LSAT will give you better options for the top US law schools.
  5. Common sense - easy. First, the OP had 3 years studies in the first school and the second school's transcript should show a transferring record but it is not there. Secondly, since the OP was forced to withdraw he / her GPA from the first school is usually under 2.0. And OP had no schooling between the first and the second schools. Law schools would wonder how the OP got admission to the second school.
  6. Law schools may not accept an applicant with an active academic fraud.
  7. The OP is already on an active fraud, right? - getting into the second university without disclosing the fact of withdrawing from the first university.
  8. You are good for UVIC, UofC and UofA. You have a good chance for UBC if your GPA is above 86% (after drops).
  9. Why not have a visit to the law school if you live in Ottawa?
  10. No worries - I feel your pain. UofA index: L2 GPA out of 4.0 * 22.5 + LSAT (Average) >= 242 -- auto admit (most likely) UVic index: CGPA with drops (in 4.33 scale) * 125 + highest LSAT percentile * 5 >= 905 -- auto admit (most likely). If your index is above 880 you will have a chance to get in through the wait-list. https://www.uvic.ca/law/assets/docs/admissfinaid/LSAT-GPA Demographic Chart.pdf Here is the info regarding the drops: https://lawstudents.ca/forums/topic/52391-drops-with-more-than-120-credits/ One thing I don't understand: You are going to a foreign law school but don't want to go to UofA?
  11. UofA and UVic's admissions are index based - it is easy to calculate their indexes. Anyway got you. Good luck!
  12. Get your LSAT to 160 you will get into UVic next cycle. Good luck!
  13. I really hope you get into somewhere. Your CGPA is solid and your L2 (3.9) is great. You should at least get into UofA: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-u9luOkViBOYVM2bWFMcmJNcUpOZVBZY0lsTVpyOGRIaGFR/view
  14. I am so sorry to hear that. You have a higher L2, right? You should get into some schools with your stats. Reapply if you didn't get in this cycle. Good luck!
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