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Chances? 3.7 GPA, 165 LSAT

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My GPA was consistent across all four years so L2 and B3 does not change the 3.7. I have 5 yrs professional work experience and a CPA designation which I believe will elevate my application with UofT. Still, I did worse on the LSAT than I had hoped so I am wondering if I still do have a shot. Thoughts?

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