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    Mature student chances? cGPA: 3.1 B2: 3.43

    Thank you very much for your clarification!
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    Mature student chances? cGPA: 3.1 B2: 3.43

    I respect your feedback, but given that the OP is applying to Ontario Law Schools under Mature/Access Category, may the OP have quite good chances at Queens, Western, or Ottawa? The OP has a good LSAT score, and OP's L2/B2 is not too bad if we consider the OP's mature or access status.
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    Your thoughts on my analysis of chances [3.78, 3.84, 157 + MA]

    Than you very much for your detailed explanations!
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    Your thoughts on my analysis of chances [3.78, 3.84, 157 + MA]

    Dear Luckycharm, Thank you very much for your reply. May I respectfully ask you why you think that my chance at Ottawa is good? I know that Ottawa Law's admission is a kind of black box and, in this sense, the admission is very selective given that I am under Acess Category. Thank you again for your comment.
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    Your thoughts on my analysis of chances [3.78, 3.84, 157 + MA]

    Dear yeezy, Thank you very much for your comment. In fact, your response is more generous than I have expected. I appreciate it.
  6. A long time lurker and this is my first post on this forum. I would like to respectfully ask for your thoughts on my own analysis of admission chances. I'd appreciate any feedback or comment. My files are: CGPA: 3.78 (OLSAS scale), B3: 3.78 (OLSAS scale), and L2: 3.84 (OLSAS scale). LSAT: 157 (2018 September), 70 % (This is accommodated LSAT score due to my medical issue. ) I will also take the 2019 January LSAT with accommodations, but I am highly sceptical if I would be able to increase my score for the 2019 January LSAT because of the workload of my current graduate program. I have already completed an MA in History (A- average). In addition, I am currently doing the Combined degrees of Master of Information (Archival Studies) and Master of Museum Studies. (My current average grades are between B+ and A-, but certainly closer to A-.) Volunteer and extracurricular activities include political actions concerning Marxism, president of the student union, work experiences, and mandatory military service (I am an immigrant). I have also received quite many scholarships and awards from both my undergraduate and graduate programs. As I am a very social justice-oriented person, my personal statements mostly concern labour and indigenous rights. I am eligible for both Mature and Access Category of Ontario Law Schools. However, I have mostly applied to Ontario Law Schools under Access Category. I have applied to all law schools in Ontario, but I have currently no idea of how admission committees will evaluate my files under Access Category, particularly my accommodated LSAT score. So, I'd appreciate if you would be able to give me any feedback or comment on my own analysis of chances. (I have not used Ryn's calculation for my own analysis although I highly recognize Ryn's methods.) The below numerical rankings pertain to my preference for law schools in Ontario. 1. U of T (Under Mature Category): 100 % rejected. 2. Osgoode: 80% rejected. 3. Western (Under Access Category): 50% accepted or 50% rejected probably? 4. Queens (Under Access Category): 50% accepted or 50% rejected probably? 5. Ottawa (Under Access Category): likely accepted? 6. Windsor: likely accepted? 7. Lakehead (Under Access Category): likely accepted? Thank you very much again for your considerations in advance.
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