Uh ... what?
A 3.5 cGPA converts to pretty much an 80 average on the dot.
A 3.7 is low 80's, a 4.0 is high 80's and beyond.
On a 4.0 scale, there's no difference GPA-wise between an 86 and a 99. Both are 4.0.
This is the UofT grading scale, and I think it applies broadly. https://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/aacc/sites/utsc.utoronto.ca.aacc/files/tipsheets/Academic_Advising_Tipsheets/howtocalculateyourGPA.pdf
Schools on a 4.3 scale use the extra .3 to distinguish A+ from A's, but not all schools do this and if you're converting to a school that uses 4.0, then you'd expect to see a bit of a drop in your cGPA if you have a bunch of 4.3's on your transcript.
But yeah, Ottawa's average accepted students do not, I repeat do not have 90 averages. That would mean students in Ottawa have higher cGPA's than those attending UofT. That is not a thing.
Hey, you have the exact same LSAT as me and a pretty similar gpa! When I asked the same question I was told I was pretty much in without a doubt, so you would be in the same boat I imagine. Your index is in the 940’s it seems, so I think you’re pretty well set. Good luck to you.
I used my Dal email for OLSAS applications and Western’s email went straight up to the junk mail box. The email says I need to activate my western’s student center to receive future notifications.
Dal what I can say 😂 (Don’t get me wrong, Dal’s great!)