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Hey everyone,  I know this question has been asked a lot however I'd like some insight as to how it pertains to my specific case. 

I'll be applying for the first time in the fall and I'm not sure where my chances are at. The goal is to get into Osgoode but I'll be applying to other schools as well (Queens, Western, Ryerson etc).

Cumulative GPA isn't great (3.55) due to difficulty in first year however it was significantly better for the last 3 years (3.95). 

I haven't taken the LSAT yet but I believe it will just hit the 160 mark. Everything else is relatively normal (EC's, reference letters). 

What are my chances?

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If you get a 160 on your LSAT, you are in for sure at Western and Queen's. 

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6 hours ago, Tng44 said:

Hey everyone,  I know this question has been asked a lot however I'd like some insight as to how it pertains to my specific case. 

I'll be applying for the first time in the fall and I'm not sure where my chances are at. The goal is to get into Osgoode but I'll be applying to other schools as well (Queens, Western, Ryerson etc).

Cumulative GPA isn't great (3.55) due to difficulty in first year however it was significantly better for the last 3 years (3.95). 

I haven't taken the LSAT yet but I believe it will just hit the 160 mark. Everything else is relatively normal (EC's, reference letters). 

What are my chances?

your GPA and L3 are OLSAS converted?

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23 minutes ago, Luckycharm said:

your GPA and L3 are OLSAS converted?

Nope, my mistake. OLSAS converted stats are: cGPA (3.57), L2 (3.92), L3 (3.90)

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I had a 3.55 cGPA (3.53 L2) and 165 and got into Osgoode in January. I also got into Western and Ottawa. Nail the LSAT and you'll be all set, but with a 160 you'll still have a good chance.

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