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  1. Here you go: https://lawstudents.ca/forums/topic/40901-ubc-chances-in-torontobaystreet/
  2. Your chances are still slim for Queens in General category. Your best chance is Manitoba. Hope you applied.
  3. Congrats All! So far looks like Ryerson prefers high GPA splitters (like a second tier of Ottawa). 🙄
  4. Your chance is very good: http://lsutil.azurewebsites.net/UBC/Predict
  5. Calculate your index score: https://umanitoba.ca/student/admissions/media/law_bulletin.pdf You may get in directly from general category if your AGPA is above 3.8 / 4.5.
  6. You are in: http://lsutil.azurewebsites.net/UBC/Predict
  7. You have a shot at Manitoba: https://umanitoba.ca/student/admissions/media/law_bulletin.pdf
  8. Try this: https://www.tru.ca/distance/services/policies/newgrading.html#GradingScale
  9. Congrats! But I am surprised that you were surprised. 😄
  10. Your fingers point you to a better school😄
  11. What are your stats? You may have a chance to get in the first round.
  12. Thanks Malina! Is this for undergraduate program only or is it for Masters / college and other programs currently being taken as well? Thanks,
  13. OP is in fourth year so UNB can only drop 15% of his/her worst grades.
  14. OP may have a shot for Manitoba: https://umanitoba.ca/student/admissions/media/law_bulletin.pdf
  15. You have a shot for UBC if your GPA after drops is above 71.5%. 100% in Manitoba.
  16. You don't need to do anything other than providing you LSAC account number in your applications. You can log into your LSAC account to find out which schools requested your LSAT scores through "Law School Reports".
  17. That info is from Queens admissions - may have exceptions though. I didn't find anyone in general category admitted with lower than 3.5 B2 in last cycle's acceptance postings.
  18. Ottawa likes 157/3.7. Try to get a higher LSAT score.
  19. You are in Manitoba with 170+ if you don't have many Fs in your grades. For Queens you need 3.5+/4.0 B2 even with 170+ LSAT.
  20. In UofT and good chances in US as well: http://users.lawschoolnumbers.com/gpa-3.6/lsat-176
  21. With 158 LSAT and 4.3 / 4.3 your index will be: 4.3/4.3 * 0.6 + (158 - 120) / 60 * 0.4 = 0.85 (0.80 is competitive for maritime applicants and 0.81 is competitive for non-maritime applicants) You are in.
  22. With 176 LSAT you are in UBC if your GPA after drops is above 74%. 179 or 180 LSAT will help you for UBC admissions as well. You may have a shot at UVic as well.
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