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  1. I applied to Ottawa, Queens, Western, Dalhousie, Windsor and Osgoode (I know the last two don’t accept February LSAT, but I’m less drawn towards those schools anyways)
  2. I scored a 159 on my LSAT about a year and a half ago. I had been scoring mid to high 160s on PTs, I think typical test day factors got to me (nerves, didn’t sleep well, etc). I have since realized that I was making certain studying mistakes as well— I barely spent any time on RC because I had heard it was very hard to improve. On test day, it was my worst section by far. Upon hearing that this application cycle is more competitive, I am now considering writing the LSAT in February. I am currently taking a gap year and only working part-time, so I have lots of time to study. I am currently using the Manhattan Prep RC book, and I already feel better about RC. My stats are 3.4 cGPA, 3.83 L2, and 159 LSAT. I applied in the access categories due to illness in first year. All of the schools I have applied to accept the February LSAT— but am I at any disadvantage to do so? Open to any advice you guys have!
  3. Hey guys! Was wondering if anyone wanted to swap personal statements. I would love to get some extra feedback on mine, and I'm more than happy to read over any of yours as well. Shoot me a message if you're interested!
  4. Hi! I'd be down to exchange statements/essays :)
  5. I wrote the LSAT last year and scored a 159. This was lower than how I scored on practice tests, so I was a bit disappointed but decided to stick with it anyways. Now that I am applying for schools (Ottawa, Queen's, Western, Osgoode) I am reconsidering. My cGPA is 3.42 due to illness in my first year of undergrad, and my L2 is 3.83. I would be writing in January if I decide to rewrite. Trying to decide if my current stats are good enough, or if it's worth retaking the LSAT (I'm really hoping for Western or Osgoode). Thoughts?
  6. I have copies of the doctors notes from my first year, as well as blood test results confirming my illness. If I apply under access am I being considered for limited spots against only the other Access applicants (for example, do they allocate a certain percentage of spots to Access?) I would have thought that my L2 is competitive. Still deciding whether or not to try and bring up that 159...
  7. Haven't submitted my application yet, was going to apply general. I wasn't sure if I would be eligible for Access... might be worth looking into. Thanks!
  8. I have a lower cGPA due to illness in my first year of university. All A-range grades in my third and fourth year, though. Strong EC (In my fourth year I was a co-chair for a club on campus and VP for another, after being involved with both the organizations for a couple of years. I also worked 15-20 hours per week, and volunteered as a tutor on campus.) and decent LOR as well. Debating whether or not to retake the LSAT this January, to increase my chances. Thoughts?
  9. I have a lower cGPA due to illness in my first year of university. All A-range grades in my third and fourth year, though. Strong EC (In my fourth year I was a co-chair for a club on campus and VP for another, after being involved with both the organizations for a couple of years. I also worked 15-20 hours per week, and volunteered as a tutor on campus.) and decent LOR as well. Debating whether or not to retake the LSAT this January, to increase my chances for Osgoode. Thoughts?
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