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if i got a 143 and my GPA converted on a 4.0 scale is around a 2.9 but I have amazing references and strong PS.

 

What are my chances of getting in?

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I also accidentally wrote dual J.D in my personal statement but I uploaded a revised one

i am applying to single 

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Realistically speaking, close to none. 
Even though Windsor has a holistic approach to admissions, I doubt that a strong PS and ECs will make up for below average LSAT and GPA.

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Unfortunately everyone has great references and I’d say the majority will have a very strong PS. Realistically You’re going to have to get that LSAT score up to counter your low GPA. (Speaking as a mature applicant with a low GPA!) 

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What category did you apply under? If general I'd say you're not getting in. But I can't speak for other categories. 

I'd advise rewriting for the next cycle. With your gpa you should aim for at least a 165. 

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Predicting Windsor requires a seance but 143 is low. You’re going to need to pull that up. Everyone thinks their ECs and personal statement are great - myself included lol. 

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I agree you're going to need to pick up that LSAT score at least to the 150's or higher. I wouldn't say it's impossible but it's definitely very unlikely even with a compelling PS and decent GPAs. 
 

You're basically coming to a black tie event with cargo shorts and flip flops. Maybe they'll let you in but you've already shown them that you're not ready.

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55 minutes ago, gingerandtonic said:

Predicting Windsor requires a seance

Not in this case.

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23 hours ago, acceptance said:

@SadNWO I applied for single J.D.

They asked for category: that means regular category, Indigenous, or special consideration*
 

*not sure what the exact terms are, but something to this effect 

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