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Windsor is the only school I am applying to, cGPA 3.76, L2 3.82, LSAT 158

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35 minutes ago, ktc said:

Windsor is the only school I am applying to, cGPA 3.76, L2 3.82, LSAT 158

Your GPA and LSAT are good for Windsor.

But Windsor admissions look into 7 criteria so no one can really predict your chance there.

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58 minutes ago, ktc said:

Windsor is the only school I am applying to, cGPA 3.76, L2 3.82, LSAT 158

I don't predict Windsor

However, your loyalty may help

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Windsor was the only school I applied to and I had a GPA substantially lower than yours. While I can in no way confirm this, I think that Windsor appreciated my decision to only apply there. I think it makes your stated interest in the school come across as more sincere. I think you definitely have healthy stats. Best of luck, hope to see you in the fall. 

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