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Chances? cGPA 3.04, LSAT 162

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17 minutes ago, lawgeeek said:

I have an L2 of ~3.5ish and a B2 of ~3.7ish.

Any insights?

Any particular reasons for lower grades in other/earlier years?

Did you apply elsewhere?

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Nothing major, but I worked full-time throughout my entire undergrad to help fam and spoke to that briefly in my ps. I have applied to all schools in Ontario except uoft and I also applied to Dal.

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