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Pretty much all in the topic, let me know what you guys think. One strong LOR and another good one, good ECs, in the co-op program, and doing a 4yr honours. B2 GPA is 3.42, L3 is 3.51 (had a bad first year). 

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11 hours ago, wolf78 said:

any volunteer or social justice work?

lots of volunteer and mission work in mexico, bolivia and downtown in my city

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18 hours ago, thescrappy said:

Pretty much all in the topic, let me know what you guys think. One strong LOR and another good one, good ECs, in the co-op program, and doing a 4yr honours. B2 GPA is 3.42, L3 is 3.51 (had a bad first year). 

hard to predict Windsor

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On 11/28/2019 at 9:34 AM, thescrappy said:

lots of volunteer and mission work in mexico, bolivia and downtown in my city

yeah, I would say you have a solid chance.

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It's very hard to predict admission to Windsor. I was rejected last cycle with a 154 LSAT and 3.58 CGPA (I too, had lot of social justice related volunteer experience). It think it ultimately will come down to your personal statement.

Good luck!

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After talking to registrar at Windsor, they told me there are a couple of tiers in admissions. Tier 1 (being the top tier) is assessed with applicants 160+ last and 3.4+cgpa, tier 2 is 157+ lsat with 3.3 gpa, and under those are other applicants who do not meet those lsat or gpa thresholds. 

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15 hours ago, mjabal said:

After talking to registrar at Windsor, they told me there are a couple of tiers in admissions. Tier 1 (being the top tier) is assessed with applicants 160+ last and 3.4+cgpa, tier 2 is 157+ lsat with 3.3 gpa, and under those are other applicants who do not meet those lsat or gpa thresholds. 

So what would this mean for me?

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3 hours ago, thescrappy said:

So what would this mean for me?

I was tier 1 then .. but didn't get an offer

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