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  1. Indigenous Applicant Indigenous Applicant I have a question regarding law school admissions in Canada. I know it’s a difficult question to answer but if there’s anyone who served as law school admissions or have been in the similar situation any help is greatly appreciated. My current average is a 3.0 at Western University in Canada. Obviously not the highest. However, I feel like the things I do outside of an academic setting will enhance my chances. I own a successful business and am in the works on opening another business. Before opening my business I held a steady for five years. I speak two languages, and held/hold three executive positions in two different clubs on my campus for the past three years. In addition, I’m indigenous (yes I hold status). In Canada, law schools have a separate admissions process for those applying as indigenous. I haven’t taken the LSAT yet but from practice tests I have taken I’ve scored between 164-170. Can anyone shed some light on my chances of getting into literally ANY law school in Canada? Edit: I’m also a musician who can play five separate instruments and an artist (painter)
  2. Hey guys, I noticed the other indigenous applicants thread is sort of dead so I thought I’d start a new one.
  3. Indigenous Applicant Indigenous Applicant I have a question regarding law school admissions in Canada. I know it’s a difficult question to answer but if there’s anyone who served as law school admissions or have been in the similar situation any help is greatly appreciated. My current average is a 3.0 at Western University in Canada. Obviously not the highest. However, I feel like the things I do outside of an academic setting will enhance my chances. I own a successful business and am in the works on opening another business. Before opening my business I held a steady for five years. I speak two languages, and held/hold three executive positions in two different clubs on my campus for the past three years. In addition, I’m indigenous (yes I hold status). In Canada, law schools have a separate admissions process for those applying as indigenous. I haven’t taken the LSAT yet but from practice tests I have taken I’ve scored between 164-170. Can anyone shed some light on my chances of getting into literally ANY law school in Canada? Edit: I’m also a musician who can play five separate instruments and an artist (painter)
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