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  1. Hi there -- Wondering what is considered "strong" as far as ECs go... I've always felt as though I have strong ECs, but I am wondering what you all consider to be so. I've volunteered with my local Public Legal Information Association, been president of my undergraduate student societies (for both majors), among some other not-for-profit work. I've also worked as a writing tutor at my university, at a couple long-term retail gigs, and have spent summers working for my provincial government and as a tour guide in my local legislative assembly. Further, I have been a panelist and moderator at several on-campus events and have won a few scholarships. My GPA is ~3.9/4.0, cumulatively, and I got a 157 on my first LSAT attempt. I am looking to re-write during the July sitting. What do you think my chances are like? Are these "strong" ECs? Where should I be applying, based on my stats? Thanks a million. Cheers!
  2. This is amazing advice. Thank you so much - I really appreciate it. :)
  3. This is great advice. I think I'll rewrite the June LSAT. Thank you very much! Cheers!
  4. I am very interested in UNB. Thinking I'll apply there, and to two other schools. Would be nice to be close to home! Thanks for your quick response.
  5. Hi all! I am wondering about my chances for a fall 2020 acceptance (I would be applying next September for the following year). I am a NL resident, 4.0 GPA (87% cumulative, 89% L2), 157 LSAT, and extensive extra curriculars (volunteer work, campus involvement, part-time work throughout undergrad and full-time work in the summers at NGOs and provincial government). Wondering if I should rewrite the LSAT. Thanks in advance!
  6. Hi all! I am wondering about my chances for a fall 2020 acceptance (I would be applying next September for the following year). I am a NL resident, 4.0 GPA (87% cumulative, 89% L2), 157 LSAT, and extensive extra curriculars (volunteer work, campus involvement, part-time work throughout undergrad and full-time work in the summers at NGOs and provincial government). Wondering if I should rewrite the LSAT. Thanks in advance!
  7. Hi all! I am wondering about my chances for a fall 2020 acceptance (I would be applying next September for the following year). I am a NL resident, 4.0 GPA (87% cumulative, 89% L2), 157 LSAT, and extensive extra curriculars (volunteer work, campus involvement, part-time work throughout undergrad and full-time work in the summers at NGOs and provincial government). Wondering if I should rewrite the LSAT. Thanks in advance!
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