Just looking for some insight regarding my chances this cycle.
OLSAS converted stats: cGPA: 3.3, L2: 3.4, B3: 3.5
I will be writing the LSAT next week and am expecting around 159/160 based on my average PTs.
Licensed paralegal, ridiculous amount of work and volunteer experience (including a criminal defence firm and legal clinic), a handful of ECs and reference letters from professors I've worked closely with. I know it doesn't count towards my stats, but I graduated with a 4.0 and highest distinction from my paralegal program.
Personal statements tailored to each school and explaining how working 2+ jobs throughout undergrad affected my gpa.
I have applied to Western, Queens, Ottawa, Osgoode, Windsor (single) and Ryerson.
I know that the gpa is an issue, and I'm considering sitting for the LSAT again in January to up my score.
If I do register to write in January, am I best to let the schools know now or wait to see what my November score is?
Any thoughts are greatly appreciated!