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  1. Could it have had anything to do with letters of reference or EC's?
  2. 3.8 before drops and a 165 just seems incredibly high to not even get waitlisted. 165 is higher than any Canadian law schools LSAT average other than UBC and U of T. And 3.8 is quite high also.
  3. When did you apply though? Because as I understand they have rolling admissions so if I were to apply early would that not change my chances?
  4. Hello all, I am looking at applying to U of M, as well as a few other schools, this fall to start in the fall 2020 term. My CGPA is 3.78 on a 4.5 scale with an AGPA of 3.98. I have strong references including 3 professors as well as a senior partner at a top tier law firm. What LSAT score would I need to be a competitive applicant?  Thanks
  5. I am not from the maritimes. And my four lowest grades are B's so those would be the classes that are likely dropped.
  6. Hello all, I am looking at applying to UNB, as well as a few other schools, this fall to start in the fall 2020 term. My CGPA is 3.68 on a 4.3 scale and L2 is 3.825. I have strong references including 3 professors as well as a senior partner at a top tier law firm. What LSAT score would I need to be a competitive applicant?  Thanks
  7. Hello all, I am looking at applying to Dalhousie, as well as a few other schools, this fall to start in the fall 2020 term. My CGPA is 3.68 on a 4.3 scale and L2 is 3.825. I have strong references including 3 professors as well as a senior partner at a top tier law firm. What LSAT score would I need to be a competitive applicant? Thanks
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