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On Dal scale, cGPA is 3.77 but L2 is 4.15/4.3 (had a rough first year)

LSAT: 161 (awaiting October results which may be one or two higher)

I would like to think my work/ec experience is pre strong

I'm currently in my final year of undergrad.

thank you all ❤️ 

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From previous threads, this is apparently the Dal calculation:

(GPA (L2 or CGPA whichever is higher) / 4.3) * 0.6 + (LSAT score - 120) / 60 * 0.4

To be competitive: Maritime resident: index >= 0.80 Others: index >= 0.81

(4.15/4.3)*.6+(161-120)/60*.4=

.579+.273=.852

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