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Give it to me straight - Chances? cGPA 3.43, L2: 3.65, B2: 3.75, LSAT 158

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Give it to me straight fam.

I should say as well that I am a Mature student. Hoping to squeeze in at UNB, TRU, or U Sask with these numbers. Applied also to Western and Ottawa under Mature category, which - at least at Western - relaxes the competitive criteria.

I'm considering re-writing in February and applying to Dal with hopefully a 160-162. After all, my LSAT was 19/26 (LR), 21/27 (RC), 19/26 (LR), and 10/23 (LG). I've never studied for LG just tried to brute force my way through like an idiot. Confident I can pick up the 3-5 additional answers if I spend the next month studying only LG.

Thanks in advance for your help.

 

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If you never studied LG before, then you can likely sizably raise your score in LG. If a higher LSAT score would open up schools to you that you would prioritize over the ones you indicated, then I would rewrite for sure.

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It's hard to predict chances for mature applicants since softs presumably matter. FWIW, your B2 and current LSAT are right at UNB's medians.

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5 hours ago, DAS1988 said:

check my stats, I got into a few Ontario schools with similar stats last year

i also have fairly similar stats. mind sharing which Ontario/ other schools you got into? thanks!

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