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Chances for 2021 cycle (CGPA 3.76/B2 3.84) - 159 LSAT

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Just now, Luckycharm said:

Ottawa 100%

Queens 90%

OZ 50%

I am honored to receive a reply from the legendary luckycharm. Thanks for the feedback, now its time to have a drink and enjoy the waiting game I guess.

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8 minutes ago, Cado97 said:

I am honored to receive a reply from the legendary luckycharm. Thanks for the feedback, now its time to have a drink and enjoy the waiting game I guess.

I could be wrong ...

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8 minutes ago, Luckycharm said:

I could be wrong ...

Fingers crossed that you're not. Have a good one. 

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Good stats. No reason to stress unless you really, really must get into Oz vs. the others.

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15 hours ago, SNAILS said:

Good stats. No reason to stress unless you really, really must get into Oz vs. the others.

Thanks for the vote of confidence! Queens is certainly my first choice school, then its Ottawa and Osgoode is last pick for me. I am honestly stressing because my LSAT is low, but I am hoping it is enough to get in. 

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