Do individuals with significantly low LSAT scores (in the 140s) get accepted? I am asking because I see individuals with significant low CGPA's get accepted (around 3.3) but rarely the other way around....why is that?
Wouldn't your CGPA's be more reflective of your ability to succeed in a school environment rather than your LSAT score?
By the way for more context, my CGPA is 3.76, B2/L2 is 3.88. I am in my fourth year.
I get my LSAT score this Tuesday but I most likely scored in the 140s-low 150s.
I do have a good personal statement and I come from a diverse background.
My only real issue is the LSAT....and for some reason I never see individuals with a low LSAT score like mine, get accepted into Osgoode....any insight on this?