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  1. I wasn't (still not really) either, but you've given hope! Congrats again!
  2. Congrats! Did you apply general or access? I have similar stats (slightly lower cGPA, slightly higher L2 and higher LSAT), so this gives me hope!
  3. Have a bilingual friend who was accepted to french JD. Thought I'd post his stats since he has no account here (with his consent of course); cGPA ~3.2 LSAT: 160 UofO undergrad. Decent ECs and references. Good PS.
  4. Ahh ok. I did play with it for a bit, and found that the tool does start with the lowest grade in the final term being counted for L2. I determined this after finding that the L2 didn't change after changing the last grade in the actual list. Changing the lowest grade in the last term that was counted was the only thing that altered the L2 result, all other variables being constant, at least as far as I could find. Not that it really matters though, to be honest. Amazing tool by the way. Very helpful for new hopefuls like me. Thanks for reaching out 🙂
  5. For those interested, the official response from OLSAS is that since they do not calculate L2 themselves, it varies by school in Ontario as to which grades are used in L2 GPA calculation.
  6. That's a good point. I guess outside of Ontario it would likely vary by school. I did actually play around with that website tool a little bit. It seems to start with the lowest grade in the term and work up to the highest (seems to ignore the order in which grades are entered over this). Does anyone know if this is how OLSAS actually calculates L2?
  7. Hi all, I'm just trying to understand how the calculation for L2 works for students that did not have full course loads in their last 2 years for whatever reason (say 4/5 courses per term). My understanding is that the calculation goes back for 60 credits. But how are the final few grades determined in this case? For example if you end up in a situation where, say, 1-2/4 grades from a term need to be used, how are those 1/2 grades selected? Do they start with the lowest going up? Or highest going down? Somewhere in the middle? It seems to me that someone's possible L2 GPA could have a decent range depending on how this is done. Let me know if I need to clarify. Thank you in advance.
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