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  1. Hey Everyone, Received my Jan LSAT score and was wondering about my chances. Had a 4.0 CGPA and a 3.9 B2 /L2. LSAT: cancelled my first attempt, 153 on my second 155 on my 3rd so 154 average Pretty disappointed about my Jan score, but that’s what I’ll have stick with for this cycle I believe I’m a strong writer, and my EC’s are that I played varsity athletics for 4 years, and references don’t count this year even though I had strong ones So significant Sask connection, my mothers side of the family is from there and still lives there, spoke slightly about my childhood there and significance of that. Please let me know what you think!
  2. Hey Everyone, Received my Jan LSAT score and was wondering about my chances. Had a 4.0 CGPA and a 3.9 B2 /L2. LSAT: cancelled my first attempt, 153 on my second 155 on my 3rd so 154 average According to the 22.5 index I’m 241.75 Pretty disappointed about my Jan score, but that’s what I’ll have stick with for this cycle I believe I’m a strong writer, and my EC’s are that I played varsity athletics for 4 years, and references don’t count this year even though I had strong ones Please let me know what you think!
  3. @lawlawlaw99662 Well, just got my scores, and Jan turned out to be 155... so not much better and not what I wanted but I guess it’s the score I’ll have to stick with for this cycle. Does this change/help anyone’s predictions for me? The accepted applicants so far have have very high scores so that makes me nervous.
  4. Hey Guys, I just graduated in December 2020, my cGPA = 90% or 4.0, L2 87% or 3.8/3.9 depending on the school. August LSAT - score preview cancelled, November LSAT -153. January LSAT - pending. All of my applications are just waiting for my Jan LSAT grade to be released. I got a tutor in between November and January test and I'm hoping for a 160, or just better than a 153. I played varsity athletics for 4 years, and I have a well-written Statement of Interest and Statement of Diversity. I don't have a lot of relevant work experience/volunteer, however that will probably be understood given that I was an athlete. I have had an english writing paper published in my first-year which is noted on my transcript, and I have received the award of an academic all Canadian and Dean's list every semester of my undergrad. Calgary is where I've been born and raised, it's my first choice, but I've also applied to U of A and U of S. Regular category applicant, not indigenous or black. What do you guys think my chances are?
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