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Chances? L2: 3.76 LSAT: 154

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Rumour has it first wave of offers for U of A is over. I've already been rejected from UCalgary, do you guys think I have a shot here?

predictive index is 238.6 or 239.6 depending on if they round me to a 3.8 GPA. 

Be blunt, I can handle it. :)

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That actually really boosted my self confidence--thank you!! 

I'm happy to at least have a shot :)

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No problem! It might be worth it to look at retaking your LSAT to increase your chances at both getting admitted and even getting a scholarship.

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Yes I definitely will if I don't get in anywhere I want! I really studied for months though and only got 154 😕

I'm not sure why I think my test anxiety got to me. 

 

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17 minutes ago, Elise said:

4 people last year were admitted with a 3.8 and a 153-154 (https://www.ualberta.ca/law/programs/juris-doctor/admissions/applicant-profile). I would guess that you have a chance but not a great one. You might get admitted through the holistic round depending on your PS, but I have no idea what they look for in the holistic round.

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I know I think that's the worst part for me--I was so close to not having to be in limbo now! 

 

1 minute ago, Grinder99 said:

If your lsat were two points higher, you'd probably be in by now. Two guys got in with 3.75+ and 156 lsat at the end of feb.

 

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23 minutes ago, sey said:

Rumour has it first wave of offers for U of A is over. I've already been rejected from UCalgary, do you guys think I have a shot here?

predictive index is 238.6 or 239.6 depending on if they round me to a 3.8 GPA. 

Be blunt, I can handle it. :)

If your lsat were two points higher you'd probably be in by now. Two people have gotten in with 3.75+ and a 156 lsat at the end of feb

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