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CHANCES: LSAT 162. L2:3.7 CGPA 3.14

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What are my chances for law schools in Ontario (Queens, Western, Osgoode, Ottawa) Alberta (Calgary, U of A), BC (UBC) and Nova Scotia  (Dal),

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Good for Dal, and probably U of C and U of A because I think they both look at L2.

 

Probably 50/50 for Queens/Western.

 

Out for UBC, Os, and Ottawa.

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39 minutes ago, Starling said:

Good for Dal, and probably U of C and U of A because I think they both look at L2.

 

Probably 50/50 for Queens/Western.

 

Out for UBC, Os, and Ottawa.

I have a distinguished Osgoode professor writing one of my LOR's. http://www.osgoode.yorku.ca/faculty-and-staff/adler-leo/ 

I did a good job for him when shadowing him at his law firm. Not sure if that would help me get into Os.

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11 hours ago, Starling said:

I agree with dn1055. I think you should rewrite if you want Os.

 

 

12 hours ago, dn1055 said:

Unfortunately, 1 letter is unlikely to make up for a 3.14

appreciate the responses, even though not what I wanted to hear (sigh)

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I'm posting this because I have similar stats, and no one commented on my post :(

3.4/3.65/161 - what would my chances look like for the same schools

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29 minutes ago, Hockey5200 said:

I'm posting this because I have similar stats, and no one commented on my post

3.4/3.65/161 - what would my chances look like for the same schools

Yours are slightly higher and I would expect you to be in at Western and Queen's :) Possibly even Ottawa, if you're applying there

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