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  1. Hi Thank you for sharing. I was wondering if you applied with LSAT 150 or LSAT 157 or LSAT 160. Elsewhere you mentioned it was a typo for LSAT 160 but here you mentioned LSAT 157 in addition to LSAT 150. I have LSAT 150 too and will be applying to OttawaU and Lakehead too with LSAT 150 since I took it 3 times and was unable to raise it any higher than 150. Did you raise your LSAT 150 to LSAT 157 or LSAT 160 by the time you applied to law schools? Thank you again. Sorry for the multiple questions
  2. Thank you very much. Do you know anybody who got into Canadian law schools with similar stats as me, namely LSAT 150? My best two years is 3.9 though cumulative is 3.49 out of 4.0. Thank you
  3. Thank you for reply. I have a graduate degree and my undergraduate is 3.49 out of 4.0. I am 30 years old. I worked for 6 years after graduation though not always full time due to the fact that I got cancer. However, I still kept part time job while in cancer treatment. I feel discouraged at my LSAT 150 three times though I couldn't change it . Also my chemo brain affected my performance though there is nothing I can do about it. I really hope to get into a Canadian law school. With medical documentation, am I going to make it into Canadian law school with the stats above? Thank you
  4. Hi thank you for your reply. Unfortunately I don't have money or time for more LSAT prep courses. I was wondering if I were to apply to Canadian law schools using the stats above under mature or access category, will I stand a chance in getting into any Canadian law school? I cannot go outside of Canada for law school. Thank you
  5. Hi everyone I have LSAT 150 (I scored 150 three times) and I have no idea if I can get into a Canadian law school. I am applying to all the Canadian law schools with medical documentation. I got 150 after studying with Kaplan course but unfortunately I still got 150 so I don't think that my LSAT has much room for improvement Also I am an actress so I was wondering if law school will take my entertainment industry experience into consideration. I am also a first generation university graduate. Thank you. Thank you.
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