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Chances? cGPA: 3.5 LSAT 161

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Hi everyone, 

I just got back my November score and jumped quite a bit from a 154 to a 161 LSAT. My cGPA is still lower than average. Although, I know Oz doesn't look at L2, it's about a 3.92. 

Would love to know if this improved LSAT gives me a better chance at Oz now! Thanks for the help!

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3 hours ago, Luckycharm said:

50%

I an still on their 2012 wait list with 3.47 and 161

If you don't mind me asking, where did you end up going?

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2 hours ago, KhalilMack said:

If you don't mind me asking, where did you end up going?

Ottawa then transferred to OZ

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I have the same stats and feel very hopeful! I feel that way since I’ve browsed the boards for a year now, as well as reddit and other discussion pages, and seen people with similar (and lower) stats get in, and people with higher stats be rejected. Osgoode is truly holistic (for those who don’t get automatically admitted). It’s nearly impossible to put a chance to it. 

If you have strong reference letters and statement, I’d say you have much more than 50% chance :) 

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