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Chances? (3.83 CGPA, 3.96 L2, 3.88 L3 / 161 LSAT)

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I was just wondering what my estimated chances are at the following schools: UofT, Osgoode, Western, and Queens. My stats are converted properly using the OLSAS conversion chart. I've been debating retaking the LSAT to up my chances of admission, but honestly I'm not sure how much higher I could score, and I don't want to risk potentially scoring lower than 161. The 161 score was on my first take.

Would like to hear back your thoughts,


Edited by AllBlackEverything
Additional: I would prefer UofT or Osgoode (doesn't matter which one, just want to be closer to my family).

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