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Chances? OLSA cGPA 3.42 / L2(B2) 3.77 LSAT 164

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Hi everyone,

I am sure you see these posts enough but of course as a nervous applicant I need my own thread. My stats above based on what I have seen are average or even below (like my cGPA) and I’m wondering how I’d do, especially at queens? (Closest to current residence). My personal statement is just average, but my LOR’s are strong, both from professors. I don’t know if it even makes a difference, but I discussed how in first year I competed on an international level for ball hockey, which also happened to be my worst year for grades.

 

Thanks for the feedback!

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2 hours ago, Luckycharm said:

100% Queens

reasons for lower grades in earlier years?

Honestly, just negligence. First year especially, I was still caught up in sports 4-5 nights a week, when I should’ve toned it down. Third and fourth year I reduced my hockey to 2-3 nights a week and had more time to study, hence the jump. 

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2 hours ago, dylconzy said:

Honestly, just negligence. First year especially, I was still caught up in sports 4-5 nights a week, when I should’ve toned it down. Third and fourth year I reduced my hockey to 2-3 nights a week and had more time to study, hence the jump. 

should be fine then

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