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29 minutes ago, Luckycharm said:

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do you think because of a possible inflation of LSAT score due to the flex, that someone with a similar CGPA (in my case 3.76) would need a higher LSAT score than Osgoode's normal LSAT median range of 160-162? Or would a 162 LSAT score still be sufficient even if there is a possible spike in high LSAT scores.

 

I hope you understand my question, not sure if I articulated it the best...

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1 hour ago, Luckycharm said:

Do you know how many offers OZ gave out last cycle?

i actually dont

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3 hours ago, REDDSTAR said:

i actually dont

 

https://www.lsac.org/choosing-law-school/find-law-school/canadian-law-schools/osgoode-hall-law-school

Enrollment/Student Body

Please note that all numbers below refer to the 2017 admission cycle.

  • 2,873 applicants
  • 646 first-year offers
  • 301 enrolled first-year class
  • 52 percent female

 

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On 10/26/2020 at 6:50 PM, Luckycharm said:

 

https://www.lsac.org/choosing-law-school/find-law-school/canadian-law-schools/osgoode-hall-law-school

Enrollment/Student Body

Please note that all numbers below refer to the 2017 admission cycle.

  • 2,873 applicants
  • 646 first-year offers
  • 301 enrolled first-year class
  • 52 percent female

 

& what round/month would u say i most likely will get admitted in with ur proposed lsat score (btw i have a very diverse & unique background, i am very confident in my personal statement)

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8 hours ago, REDDSTAR said:

& what round/month would u say i most likely will get admitted in with ur proposed lsat score (btw i have a very diverse & unique background, i am very confident in my personal statement)

I don't know your LSAT score. I was replying to Peterpanman.

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10 hours ago, Luckycharm said:

I don't know your LSAT score. I was replying to Peterpanman.

if i get a 160-162 lsat score. 3.76 CGPA. 3.88 B2/L2. (in my fourth year of undergrad) Good Personal statement, come from a very diverse background

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3 hours ago, Luckycharm said:

If?

Do you have a real score now?

not yet. Im doing my first test in nov

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8 hours ago, REDDSTAR said:

not yet. Im doing my first test in nov

Wait till you have a real score.

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