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Anyone heard of anyone getting in with LSAT lower than 160?

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Has anyone heard of friends or acquaintances that have been accepted to U of T with a lower than 160 LSAT? If so, please post any info you know about them (ie. info on their extracuriculars, GPA, etc). Thanks very much!

 

 

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I heard of 161's getting in and I'd like to know if THAT is hearsay.

 

 

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I thought I heard of ppl getting in with scores below 160, but I wasn't sure...just wanted to see if anyone had friends that had gotten in

 

 

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They just published the stats for this year, and gave us a rundown of them in one of our classes. There's a handful of people who got in this year with 161's and 162's (probably less then 10 or so was the impression I got). I know a girl who had a 162, no EC's really and a 3.8-3.9 from UT. I don't think anyone's below 161.

 

 

 

The average LSAT is 166.

 

 

 

 

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effrum listed 161 now this quote lists 162 as the lowest. Geez, does UofT admissions even know what their stats are?

 

 

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Geez Louise pnut, I thought that I heard the lowest stat was 161, but obviously I was wrong. The admissions office knows a whole lot more about that stuff than I do. 1 point isn't that big a differnece anyway. The bottom line is that its rare to get in with a score in the low 160's, and if you do, you've got to have a great GPA or have spent years digging wells in Africa or something.

 

 

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