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  1. pasqlaw20

    Status changed to Pending Review

    Mine changed to "Pending Review" as well. Not sure what it means.
  2. pasqlaw20

    Getting Worried

    Yes this is how I did it to get my 7.7 calculation. Thanks so much for this! I hope things work out for all of us. The waiting is the worst part.
  3. pasqlaw20

    Getting Worried

    Yes this makes sense. However, my GPA and L2 are only slightly below school medians and my LSAT is considerably above most medians (except UofT). Not saying that my LSAT will guarantee admission, however, im sure it will help.
  4. pasqlaw20

    Getting Worried

    This is promising. Any Ontario school would do (obviously I have some preference but any Ontario school is better than going abroad for a JD). I contacted uOttawa and they said that they are looking for 8.0 cGPAs and 157 LSAT. With my LSAT being well above that and my cGPA being slightly below (7.7), I would think my chances are fairly good. Would you agree?
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    Getting Worried

    Ive applied to all Ontario schools except Lakehead (western, queens, ottawa, osgoode, windsor and UofT) and am yet to hear back. I am in queue for review at Osgoode and am Referred for Review at Windsor. I have a 3.4 cGPA (7.7 on the Ottawa scale or 79%), a 3.5 L2/B2 and a 164 LSAT (90th percentile). I have submitted my Fall grades. Is it too soon to be worried? Ive been accepted to a school in the US but would prefer to stay in Ontario to avoid NCA exams. Any thoughts on my overall chances of getting admitted anywhere in Ontario. What are the odds that I do not get accepted anywhere?
  6. pasqlaw20

    In queue 2019

    In queue as of the 2nd. 3.4 cGPA, 3.5 L2/B2 (Special Considerations) 164 LSAT. I'm seeing people accepted with similar stats to me (this cycle seems less competitive overall but I may be wrong). Maybe there is hope.
  7. pasqlaw20

    Bad Grade in Fall 2018

    I see you have similar stats as me as well! This is reassuring. Thanks for the support everyone!
  8. pasqlaw20

    Bad Grade in Fall 2018

    My CGPA will remain the same because of the As that I have in my other classes. I am more concerned that the schools will see the bad grade and punish me for it. If my cGPA and L2 do not change then I don't need to worry?
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    Bad Grade in Fall 2018

    I have the potential of getting a poor grade (B-) in fall 2018. My cGPA and L2 wont be effected as my other grades for the term will be As. Im wondering if my chances at the L2 schools (such as Western and Queens) will be effected? My cGPA will remain at 3.4 and my L2 will actually go up after this term (from 3.5-3.52). I have a 164 LSAT (not sure if my stats matter). Thoughts?
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    How is L2 Calculated

    3.40 cGPA, 3.52-3.55 B2/L2. 164 LSAT
  11. pasqlaw20

    How is L2 Calculated

    Yeah i figured this was the case. Thanks for this! Based on my stats would you say i'm competitive for most schools (except uoft and osgoode obviously).
  12. pasqlaw20

    How is L2 Calculated

    Okay so based on these calculations my L2 is anywhere from 3.52-3.55 depending on how my fall grades come in. I have a 3.40 cGPA and a 164 LSAT. Any idea on my chances (ive applied to Windsor, Queens, Western, Ottawa, Osgoode and UofT). Ive already posted but only got one opinion and would love another!
  13. pasqlaw20

    How is L2 Calculated

    Thanks so much!
  14. pasqlaw20

    How is L2 Calculated

    That makes sense! I have 4 full year courses though (started in september and finished in May of my second year). They will need to take two of them to get 20 half years for my L2. Will they take the higher two? The lower two?
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    How is L2 Calculated

    Thanks this is very helpful! In order to calculate my last 2 they are definitely going to have to use courses from my second semester of my second year. Do you know how they select these courses? They're going to need 5 half-courses and I have 9 technically (4 full-years and a half). Will they take the highest ones?
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