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  1. Check UBC and UVic out in case you don't get into law school this cycle. They drop some of your worst grades. http://lsutil.azurewebsites.net/UBC/Predict https://www.uvic.ca/law/assets/docs/admissfinaid/LSAT-GPA Demographic Chart.pdf
  2. Great LSAT score! Congratulations! UofT looks into your B3 (best 3 years GPA), Western takes L2 (last 2 years GPA), Queens takes B2 (best 2 years GPA), Osgoode and Ottawa take cGPA. What are your B3, L2 and B2? CGPA 2.75 is low for Osgoode and Ottawa but you may still have a chance depending on your PS, ECs, etc.
  3. Sometimes you know, you can't beat a dead horse. πŸ˜„
  4. Can't argue with you lawyers. I give up.πŸ˜ƒ
  5. Just a guess so I don't have solid base. Whether relevant or not Macleans ranks Ryerson higher than Windsor: https://www.macleans.ca/education/university-rankings-2020-canadas-top-comprehensive-schools/
  6. Probably in 3 or 4 years, depending on the strength of the first class. Just my guess though.
  7. Ryerson will be a better school than Windsor in the near future due to its better location.
  8. πŸ‘This is great! What is the index formula, by the way?
  9. Good question but I guess with that it is not likely to get an offer in general category. You can confirm with the admissions.
  10. Yes. A person with 3.4 / 173 was admitted: https://lawstudents.ca/forums/topic/56674-accepted-to-university-of-toronto/page/4/?tab=comments#comment-786153
  11. Contacted the admissions and the following is from them: In regular category the typical admission GPA is at least a B+/3.33(in 4.33 scale)/76%. If your GPA is lower, you may consider applying under the Special Consideration category, if applicable.
  12. Thanks. If this is true: "they input your GPA and LSAT to generate your index score. Your score must be above a certain threshold for your application to be sent for review." then the applications in regular category with index lower than the threshold could be not sent to the admissions committee for review.
  13. Thanks. Looks like 60/40 is the one they use: https://lawstudents.ca/forums/topic/58422-tru-index/ If the following is true whether GPA/LSAT is 50/50 or 60/40 does impact some applicants' chances though: "they input your GPA and LSAT to generate your index score. Your score must be above a certain threshold for your application to be sent for review."
  14. Are GPA and LSAT looked at equally or 60/40 in TRU admissions? @canuckfanatic says they are looked equally: https://lawstudents.ca/forums/topic/61259-accepted-2020/page/2/#comments @MissJE says 60/40: https://lawstudents.ca/forums/topic/33408-0ls-post-any-questions-in-here/page/14/#comments Which one is correct?
  15. Something like your PS mentioning Western instead of Queens, your reference saying you should go to medical school instead of law school, etc. You shouldn't have any problem, no worries.
  16. Here is the one you can use for Alberta: https://law.ucalgary.ca/sites/default/files/teams/2/gpa-faq.pdf You need to convert every individual grade not the CGPA.
  17. You should get in next round unless there is something wrong in your application.
  18. Your stats are competitive. They will get to you next round. Relax! πŸ˜ƒ
  19. If so the person with 2.98 cGPA won't get in this early: https://lawstudents.ca/forums/topic/61732-accepted-queens-2020/page/4/#comments
  20. Not sure about Calgary but @khumphri did that for UNB.
  21. Queens orders files by B2 and average LSAT score although they use your highest score for admissions. You may get in next round. Good luck!
  22. Here is one: In calculating the academic average, only those years of undergraduate study making up the first undergraduate degree that are complete at the time of deadline for application are considered http://www.calendar.ubc.ca/vancouver/index.cfm?tree=12,207,358,326
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