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  1. Applied around the 23rd of November. Last reference letter went in a few days after that. Received an email on December 28th that my application was under review!
  2. Got my acceptance today. LSAT: 152, 157 GPA: 4.2/4.3 (Cumulative). L2 is probably similar, maybe slightly higher. Resident of the maritimes.
  3. I would say it's likely an auto-admit situation, then. Congratulations!
  4. What were your scores? Maybe they were enough for auto-admit. LSAC releases your LSAT score to schools without the LSAT writing portion now.
  5. I got my LSAT score back in September. Definitely wasn't super excited about the score, and I am re-writing in November. I'm just checking to see what people think of my chances without the re-write. I have a 4.2/4.3 cGPA. 152 LSAT. Fairly strong extra-curriculars, if there is an emphasis placed on that.
  6. I am preparing to write the LSAT on July 15th.. I am interested in applying to some Ontario schools such as Osgoode, Ottawa and MAYBE U of T depending on how the LSAT goes and then I am fairly interested in Dal's program as an alternative. Right now, my GPA is 3.93 on a 4.0 scale. (4.15 on the 4.3 scale my school uses) I am prepping to finish my final year. I will have an Honours degree, great letters of reference and average/a bit above average extracurriculars. My GPA SHOULD stay the same or go up this next year. I am also a maritime resident. With the schools listed above, what should I aim for on the LSAT? In July, I can see my score and cancel it if I am not satisfied due to the transition from paper to digital tests so I'm essentially just trying to figure out what I should be cancelling. I haven't studied as much as I would have liked and will likely end up needing to write in September regardless. I am considering doing a Masters degree after my undergrad but just want to keep my options open.
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