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Chances? B3 3.41, 165 LSAT, Strong Softs

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Hey All,

I don't imagine they're very high at all, but also wondering if there's even the slightest chance. I know UofT isn't huge on softs, but mine are pretty strong (years of work in government/legislation, international work, human rights, etc.) I also did an MA at UofT with a high GPA. 

Is there hope?

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1 minute ago, WJacobs said:

Hey All,

I don't imagine they're very high at all, but also wondering if there's even the slightest chance. I know UofT isn't huge on softs, but mine are pretty strong (years of work in government/legislation, international work, human rights, etc.) I also did an MA at UofT with a high GPA. 

Is there hope?

Not really

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