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Chances for Ontario schools Lsat-165 Cgpa-3.27 L2-3.39 B2-3.48

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Applying to Ottawa, Queens, UWO, Osgoode. My gpa was affected by sexual harassment and assault by a professor throughout my degree. I have 2 really strong LOR's from my dean and Associate dean. My top choice is Osgoode. Would love to set my expectations realistically. 

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45 minutes ago, legal95 said:

Applying to Ottawa, Queens, UWO, Osgoode. My gpa was affected by sexual harassment and assault by a professor throughout my degree. I have 2 really strong LOR's from my dean and Associate dean. My top choice is Osgoode. Would love to set my expectations realistically. 

Hi :) from what i've seen on this forum, looks like you have a chance. Osgoode is holistic and may take into account your very good LSAT score. Ottawa and Queens i believe are big on cGPA. Windsor is a bit hard to predict. Someone very close to me got in with a 147 LSAT but going through the rejections on the Windsor forum you'll see that they reject a lot higher too. Put your all into your personal statements and I believe you should get at least 1 acceptance. I would also apply to Lakehead and Ryerson if i were you! :) 

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4 hours ago, legal95 said:

Applying to Ottawa, Queens, UWO, Osgoode. My gpa was affected by sexual harassment and assault by a professor throughout my degree. I have 2 really strong LOR's from my dean and Associate dean. My top choice is Osgoode. Would love to set my expectations realistically. 

Do you have any documents to support what you have experienced?

Based on your stats alone, your chance for all 4 schools are  less than 50%.  

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