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  1. Hi there. I was in a similar position that you’re in. I have a similar LSAT score that you have and was deciding to rewrite. Before I decided I contacted Western to ask how the Admissions Committee would view a hypothetical drop in my LSAT score. I was told that while it may not make-or-break my application, it won’t look as favourable. I was also told that if I wasn’t scoring significantly higher on my PTs, then it may not be worth rewriting. Hope this helped.
  2. I’m doing a 4 year program. My L2, which would be my third and second year marks (and a couple summer courses) is roughly 3.94 My overall gpa right now is between 3.5-3.6 and my gpa by the end of my 4th year will likely be between 3.5-3.6 (assuming I don’t bomb anything lol).
  3. Hello, I'm taking 3 courses in the fall semester, then 5 in the winter. I’m doing this since I have a legal placement right now and I’m taking a lot of hours there. In the winter, I’ll cut back on those hours. I understand that Western favourably views a “full course load”, which would be 5 courses per semester. What do you think about my situation? To give some extra details: my LSAT score is a 160(one write), my 3rd year gpa was 3.96, but my overall gpa will be between 3.5-3.6
  4. Thank you! What do you think about my chances at Dalhousie?
  5. I took the August lsat and scored a 160. My cgpa after the end of my 4th year will be roughly 3.6. My L2 will roughly be 3.9 or higher. My B2 will be the same. B3 will be roughly 3.81. I'm looking to apply to the following schools: Queens, Western, Oz, Dal and u of o. My EC are decent and my PS are good. Should I retake the LSAT? Or are my stats decent enough to get me in? thanks in advance!
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