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Hey everyone!!

My stats are 162 LSAT, 3.779 GPA after drops. What do you think my chances are with these stats? 

 

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These are the stats from last year for admissions. It is a PDF. https://law.robsonhall.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/web-stats-201990-1.pdf 

If your GPA is on a 4.5 scale. Then looking at the matrix, you can see that your chances applying that year would have been 31/33. I think stats for this year will be released sometime in September or later, not 100% sure when, so you can use that as a more accurate measure. New stats will be posted here https://robsonhall-dev.cc.umanitoba.ca/student-resources/admissions/statistics/ by the university under the 'LSAT/AGPA stats table'.

 

If your GPA is not on a 4.5 then you need to convert it using this PDF. https://umanitoba.ca/faculties/graduate_studies/media/Canadian_GPA_Equivalencies.pdf

 

Good Luck. 

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On 8/10/2020 at 5:35 PM, tomscaletta said:

Hey everyone!!

My stats are 162 LSAT, 3.779 GPA after drops. What do you think my chances are with these stats? 

 

Should be ok with those stats. I had similar and got in before the cutoff for the first round of applications. 

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Hey guys- did pretty crappy on lsat (149) but I have a pretty high GPA so my AGPA is around 73... is it even worth applying? I’m scheduled to retake the lsat in January 

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