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I got a 160 on the July LSAT Flex and my cGPA is 3.79. I'm looking to apply to Dal, Osgoode, Ottawa, McGill, and UNB. I don't really WANT to rewrite in October, but does anyone think I should? Or 160 be enough for these schools?

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13 minutes ago, sarowe94 said:

I got a 160 on the July LSAT Flex and my cGPA is 3.79. I'm looking to apply to Dal, Osgoode, Ottawa, McGill, and UNB. I don't really WANT to rewrite in October, but does anyone think I should? Or 160 be enough for these schools?

160 + 3.79 is probably fine, for an acceptance somewhere, but don't blow off your PS or anything. What's your L2? 

 

Can only speak to the Ontario schools but Osgoode probably, Ottawa I'd be very confident.

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19 minutes ago, TobyFlenderson said:

160 + 3.79 is probably fine, for an acceptance somewhere, but don't blow off your PS or anything. What's your L2? 

 

Can only speak to the Ontario schools but Osgoode probably, Ottawa I'd be very confident.

My L2 is 3.74, so they're pretty similar and according to lawapplicants.ca my B3 is 3.9, but I don't know how important that is. 

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1 hour ago, sarowe94 said:

I got a 160 on the July LSAT Flex and my cGPA is 3.79. I'm looking to apply to Dal, Osgoode, Ottawa, McGill, and UNB. I don't really WANT to rewrite in October, but does anyone think I should? Or 160 be enough for these schools?

Your GPA is per OLSAS converted?

Ottawa 100%

OZ 85%

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14 hours ago, Luckycharm said:

Your GPA is per OLSAS converted?

Ottawa 100%

OZ 85%

Yeah I put all my courses into the lawapplicants.ca site. 

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