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Please Help! Chances (3.79, 163)

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OLSAS converted 3.79 B3, L2 3.87, + 163LSAT. What are my realistic chances? I applied to Oz, Queens, Western, U of T.

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I think the cGPA may impact your chances at Osgoode as it is a cGPA school versus Queen's and Western, which are B2 and L2, respectively. I'm not sure to what extent the upward trend will mitigate a lower cGPA. 

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