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  1. @erinl2 If you don't mind me asking, what were your LSAT score and CGPA?
  2. Hi all, I received my LSAT score today, and it was a bit lower than I had hoped/than I had been scoring on my practice tests. I got a 169, which should be adequate for admissions, but I will be financially unable to attend without a substantial scholarship. Does anyone know what LSAT score might be required for the more competitive scholarships or for the income contingent loan program? Here are a few other details about me: -CGPA is 3.87 on the OSLAS scale -I have a research Masters degree, and have published numerous research pieces in peer-reviewed and professional journals -I have 5+ years of professional experience in the not-for-profit sector, and currently am employed full-time as a project manager. I'll have to leave this role to attend law school, though. -I immigrated to Canada in 2011, and got my permanent residency in 2018 -I am transgender and queer, and will discuss this in my application -I am high financial need (resource-expense shortfall of ~$39,000/year) Should I retest in November? I know I'm capable of the 173-176 range based on practice tests, but was quite shaken on test day due to numerous glitches in the proctoring (including starting 2 hrs late due to tech challenges) Thank you in advance!
  3. Hi all, I received my LSAT score today, and it was a bit lower than I had hoped/than I had been scoring on my practice tests. I got a 169, which should be adequate for admissions, but I will be financially unable to attend without a substantial scholarship. Does anyone know what LSAT score might be required for the more competitive scholarships or for the income contingent loan program? Here are a few other details about me: -CGPA is 3.87 on the OSLAS scale -I have a research Masters degree, and have published numerous research pieces in peer-reviewed and professional journals -I have 5+ years of professional experience in the not-for-profit sector, and currently am employed full-time as a project manager. I'll have to leave this role to attend law school, though. -I immigrated to Canada in 2011, and got my permanent residency in 2018 -I am transgender and queer, and will discuss this in my application -I am high financial need (resource-expense shortfall of ~$39,000/year) Should I retest in November? I know I'm capable of the 173-176 range based on practice tests, but was quite shaken on test day due to numerous glitches in the proctoring (including starting 2 hrs late due to tech challenges) Thank you in advance!
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