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  1. I am aiming for higher than 160. If I don’t get in next year then I will apply again with higher score. I think I have pretty good LoR, PS. I am not sure about my EC. I did competitions and I was a member of a few clubs at uoft. I’m not sure if I should mention about being a participant of those clubs since I was not a president or a founder. Do you think these are acceptable as ECs?
  2. Hello everyone, My current cgpa is 3.27 and L2 is 3.32. I am planning to write my lsat this September hoping to get 160 or more. Since my cgpa is pretty low Im debating whether I should take another semester and bump it to a 3.33 and l2 3.45. Do you think it would be worth it to stay an extra semester? I am not sure if 0.06 increase would make my chances higher. I am planning to apply to windsor, lakehead, queens, and ryerson this November. Ryerson said they look at top 20 credits so I might have slightly more chances. Any suggestions on whether I should apply with my current gpa or stay another semester?
  3. @thedraper its not olsas actually, my bad. I was searching for olsas and I found this website https://lawapplicants.ca/ which calculates your gpa with olsas standard and from your lsat score determines your chances of getting into Ontario law schools except for Windsor since its hollistic.
  4. With this gpa my only chance would be Windsor so I probably won’t apply elsewhere. I’m just not sure if I could get in with a 160 lsat
  5. Hello everyone, I am debating whether I should stay another year at university or just graduate. I have already spent a year at York university and another 4 years at UofT. But I feel that my gpa might not be high enought to get into the single J.D program. According to OLSAS website, my cgpa is 3.28 and my L2 is 3.3. I am planning to get 160 or higher on my lsat. I would really appreciate your advice as I’m very undecisive at this point.
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