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Hi, I was wondering if anyone could give their opinion on what schools I have a good chance to be accepted. I have a 4.09/4.33 gpa and my lsat scores are 154 and 159 (average 157). My top four schools would be UBC, UVIC, UofC and UofA. Any thoughts would be appreciated. 

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You are good for UVIC, UofC and UofA.

You have a good chance for UBC if your GPA is above 86% (after drops).

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1 hour ago, NeverGiveUp said:

You are good for UVIC, UofC and UofA.

You have a good chance for UBC if your GPA is above 86% (after drops).

Thanks, thats incredibly encouraging!

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If you have the time and the means available, rewriting the LSAT and getting a 160+ should make you a lock for UBC as well. As it is you've got a good chance there.

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46 minutes ago, NavAcid said:

If you have the time and the means available, rewriting the LSAT and getting a 160+ should make you a lock for UBC as well. As it is you've got a good chance there.

Unfortunately, I don't think I'll rewrite, the lsat. It's now all digital which I find very difficult to write an lsat on. Thanks for commenting. 

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