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Hello! I am not sure of my exact cGPA adjusted but I am suspecting it is a 3.6-3.7/4.3 (It is a 3.8 adjusted on a 4.5) so rough estimate! I do know my B2 is a 3.9/4.3. I have a 158 LSAT, and rewrote December but am not anticipating any increase in score. Looking to see where I should apply. I would be an out of province applicant. Any suggestions are helpful! 

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