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Hi guys, sorry for another chances post. I really want to get into Osgoode.

My LSAT score is a 160, Cgpa is 3.57. L2: 3.64.

3 reference letters; 2 from Profs and 1 from a lawyer 

Extensive volunteer experience and work experience; worked through all of undergrad

Founder of a charitable organization

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10 minutes ago, LawSchoolFreak said:

Hi guys, sorry for another chances post. I really want to get into Osgoode.

My LSAT score is a 160, Cgpa is 3.57. L2: 3.64.

3 reference letters; 2 from Profs and 1 from a lawyer 

Extensive volunteer experience and work experience; worked through all of undergrad

Founder of a charitable organization

Is your CGPA on 4.0 scale?

Osgoode First Year Class Average for 2016 cycle:

CGPA: 3.59/4

LSAT (highest percentile): 78%

So you have a shot.

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27 minutes ago, NeverGiveUp said:

Osgoode First Year Class Average for 2016 cycle:

CGPA: 3.59/4

LSAT (highest percentile): 78%

Source?

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Just now, NeverGiveUp said:

Internet.

Interesting.

"When considering applications we look for strength in both academic and non-academic factors cited. No formula or weighting is used between these factors. Although admission decisions are made on the basis of a holistic assessment of the application, successful applicants generally have an “A-“ (3.7) cumulative GPA and an LSAT in the 80th percentile, or better."

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On Osgoode’s website it says successful candidates usually have a cGPA of at least 3.7 AND an LSAT score of at least 80th percentile. Your LSAT is right on what they’re looking for but your GPA is pulling you down a bit. If you could get ur LSAT up it would help with ur cGPA. But again, Osgoode takes a holistic approach and I have seen stats all over the place being accepted without noticing a real trend and I am starting to think that the written aspect of the application is very important to them.

Bottom line: it’s very difficult to predict these things. 

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I would love to see where it says 3.59/78%. Not /s either. Both of those would surprise me.

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4 minutes ago, SlickRick said:

I would love to see where it says 3.59/78%. Not /s either. Both of those would surprise me.

2015: 3.51 / 77%.

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Just now, NeverGiveUp said:

2015: 3.51 / 77%.

Where are you finding this? Provide your sources, amigo. 

 

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2 minutes ago, SlickRick said:

Where are you finding this? Provide your sources, amigo. 

Search Osgoode Space you will find it.

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1 minute ago, NeverGiveUp said:

Search Osgoode Space you will find it.

Well waddya know. I like the cut of your jib.

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11 minutes ago, SlickRick said:

Well waddya know. I like the cut of your jib.

Enjoy :)

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