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Chances // CGPA 3.43 ; L2 3.75 ; LSAT 156

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Hey all,

Another one of these chance posts lol.... I recently graduated from UofT with a 3.43 CGPA (OLSAS) & my B2/L2 is between 3.75-3.8. 
I know i'd have better chances with a higher LSAT score, but out of three attempts it doesn't seem like I've been getting it any higher (153, 155, 156). 

I've also applied to Western, Queens, Windsor and Osgoode (long shot, I know lol), but Ottawa really is my first choice....any feedback would help! 

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I got into uOttawa with similar stats (cGPA and score just a bit higher) so I think you've got a good chance. Good luck!

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Off the 157 by one point, and cGPA is a little low. I'd say you have a chance later on in the process. Might depend on your ECs/PS/References.

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On ‎12‎/‎20‎/‎2018 at 12:29 PM, TahiaDZ said:

Hey all,

Another one of these chance posts lol.... I recently graduated from UofT with a 3.43 CGPA (OLSAS) & my B2/L2 is between 3.75-3.8. 
I know i'd have better chances with a higher LSAT score, but out of three attempts it doesn't seem like I've been getting it any higher (153, 155, 156). 

I've also applied to Western, Queens, Windsor and Osgoode (long shot, I know lol), but Ottawa really is my first choice....any feedback would help! 

There is no limit on how many times you can write.

Ottawa is a bit odd this year. I think you have a better than 75% before July and 90% after July

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