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Accepted! (via email today)

GPA: 83% (before drops, unsure about official UBC GPA)

LSAT: 165

International applicant excited about studying law in Canada! 

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22 hours ago, brownbear said:

Accepted! (via email today)

GPA: 83% (before drops, unsure about official UBC GPA)

LSAT: 165

International applicant excited about studying law in Canada! 

cGPA (confirmed): 85%

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Accepted 13the February!  Pretty happy!!!

LSAT 165 (Jan); GPA 84.3%; Index 91.6 self-calculated.

New immigrant, Master's degree. 3 years work experience.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 2/14/2020 at 7:41 AM, Yinzi said:

Accepted 13the February!  Pretty happy!!!

LSAT 165 (Jan); GPA 84.3%; Index 91.6 self-calculated.

New immigrant, Master's degree. 3 years work experience.

Congrats!! Is your GPA self-calculated or confirmed by UBC? Also, if you have 84.3%/165, I think your index should be 91.94.

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1 hour ago, rainology said:

Congrats!! Is your GPA self-calculated or confirmed by UBC? Also, if you have 84.3%/165, I think your index should be 91.94.

Thanks and thank you for correcting me, the index is 91.94 😁

My GPA is self-calculated based on the GPA transfer table on their website, so I guess is very likely to be accurate.

Last week I wrote to ask how they would calculate my GPA,  the staff told me that she(he) did not have a chance to count it, but this cycle the UBC would have a heavily-weighted third component.

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