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Chances? cGPA 3.81 OLSAS, LSAT 165, strong ps and softs

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Currently in 4th year. LSAT pending retake. 

Edit: Any insight into my percentages of getting in would also be greatly appreciated!

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11 minutes ago, Luckycharm said:

what is your B3?

GPA per OLSAS conversion?

I'm currently in fourth year so my B3 is the same: 3.81. Yes it is OLSAS converted.

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12 hours ago, HeavyMetaI said:

I'm currently in fourth year so my B3 is the same: 3.81. Yes it is OLSAS converted.

80%... most likely in

Are you applying elsewhere?

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1 hour ago, Luckycharm said:

80%... most likely in

Are you applying elsewhere?

That's reassuring lol. Thanks for the insight.

I'm just applying to UofT and Osgoode in Canada. Also applying to a few schools in the US.

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4 hours ago, HeavyMetaI said:

That's reassuring lol. Thanks for the insight.

I'm just applying to UofT and Osgoode in Canada. Also applying to a few schools in the US.

100% OZ

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2 hours ago, Luckycharm said:

100% OZ

Would you say my PS and softs play a big role in me getting into UofT, in my specific case?

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2 hours ago, HeavyMetaI said:

Would you say my PS and softs play a big role in me getting into UofT, in my specific case?

Depends on the strength of the applicant pool for that particular cycle. I think your chance is pretty good.

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2 hours ago, Luckycharm said:

Depends on the strength of the applicant pool for that particular cycle. I think your chance is pretty good.

Thanks a lot for your help! 

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