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A 15X on record; take September to show tiny improvement before taking October or November?

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Hey everyone. Given that U of T application deadline is November 1, I was wondering if "15X, 160ish, taking October or November" on my application would look better for admissions than "15X, taking October or November" would. For context, my Best 3 Years GPA is slightly higher than last year's median, and I went to U of T for undergrad. 

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It's much better to have the 160 score on your application. 

But if your GPA is just above median, and your (highest) LSAT a 15X or  160, there is not a high chance that you will get into UofT law with those stats. 

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