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Chances: 3.5 CGPA, 157 LSAT

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I have good EC's and references. I am also Canadian coming from a US University. Do you think I have a shot later in the cycle? 

 

Thanks for the responses!! 

 

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From what I have seen in past cycles Western really does love the LSAT. 157 is low for them. They also love a strong last 2. The two or three people I have seen accepted with a 157 had at least a 3.8 in their lsat 2. 

 

With your current stats I would say extremely unlikely. Bump up that LSAT and it may be a different story. 

 

Hope this helps. 

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