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Here's a summarized chart of accepted students from 2017: 

Did you apply in the regular or access category? Also what are your soft factors like? Based on your stats (as compared to last years) you will get in, but later in the cycle. It appears that a majority of people with similar stats got in mid to late April.

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On 12/27/2017 at 10:47 PM, Luckycharm said:

100%

Is Ottawa an L2, B2, or overall cgpa school? I neglected to mention that 3.4 is my L2 (actually, on second look its 3.47). B2 is 3.53.

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44 minutes ago, acowsopinion said:

Is Ottawa an L2, B2, or overall cgpa school? I neglected to mention that 3.4 is my L2 (actually, on second look its 3.47). B2 is 3.53.

Ottawa is cGPA

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cGPA at 3.21 unfortunately. Not sure where I read here that Ottawa did consider B2/L2, is that the consensus then, that it's cGPA only? Curious because I've seen people, or at least one person, with sub-3.20 and 155's get in, whose B2 was a 3.8 

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51 minutes ago, acowsopinion said:

cGPA at 3.21 unfortunately. Not sure where I read here that Ottawa did consider B2/L2, is that the consensus then, that it's cGPA only? Curious because I've seen people, or at least one person, with sub-3.20 and 155's get in, whose B2 was a 3.8 

My 100% prediction was based on 3.4 CGPA not L2 or B2

with 3.21 9GPA, your chance is about 20%

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2 hours ago, acowsopinion said:

cGPA at 3.21 unfortunately. Not sure where I read here that Ottawa did consider B2/L2, is that the consensus then, that it's cGPA only? Curious because I've seen people, or at least one person, with sub-3.20 and 155's get in, whose B2 was a 3.8 

The only b2 or l2 schools in Ontario are western and queen's, tho they still consider cgpa. U of T is b3, Oz is cgpa, Ottawa is cgpa, Windsor nobody knows, and Lakehead idk I didn't apply there

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