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Hey guys,

 

cGPA: 3.65

L2/B2: 3.8

LSAT: 146, 152 (i know, was pt-ing 157-163)

 

Great LORS, lots of volunteer work, part time teaching assistant in my faculty (political science), involvement in on-campus student associations

 

All ON schools.

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Hey guys,

 

cGPA: 3.65

L2/B2: 3.8

LSAT: 146, 152 (i know, was pt-ing 157-163)

 

Great LORS, lots of volunteer work, part time teaching assistant in my faculty (political science), involvement in on-campus student associations

 

All ON schools.

Chances at Ottawa and Windsor Law... Out at all others. I'd suggest re-writing the LSAT, especially considering your PT scoring range. FYI - I don't know enough about Lakehead to comment. 

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cGPA 3.7 B2 3.9 LSAT 167 / 21 years old /

UOFT

With a compelling statement you should be good. Remember UofT looks at your B3.  If you were 22, id call you a shoo in. 

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3.99 cGPA 166 LSAT and probably mediocre PS. One semester I dropped a course because of a school strike, but there's a disclaimer on my transcript from the school identifying the circumstances.

 

Looking for UofT and Osgoode / chances at scholarships?

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3.99 cGPA 166 LSAT and probably mediocre PS. One semester I dropped a course because of a school strike, but there's a disclaimer on my transcript from the school identifying the circumstances.

 

Looking for UofT and Osgoode / chances at scholarships?

in at both uoft and oZ. N

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LSAT 159

cGPA: 3.68 (probably will be higher at the end of the semester)

L2GPA: 3.9

 

Pretty good softs (gov work, part time job through school, volunteer involvements, research experience etc.)

 

Chances?

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cGPA: 3.76; best/last two: 3.97

LSAT: 157

 

I think I have a pretty compelling PS.

Schools: Ottawa, Queens, Western, U of T, York

 

Thank you!

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cGPA: 3.76; best/last two: 3.97

LSAT: 157

 

I think I have a pretty compelling PS.

Schools: Ottawa, Queens, Western, U of T, York

 

Thank you!

in at Ottawa. Borderline elsewhere...best chance at Queens. 

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I'm looking mainly at law schools in Ontario (top choices: U of T, Osgoode, Western, Queen's, Ottawa). Good LORs, ECs, and Personal Statement. I also wrote an additional essay regarding extenuating circumstances during first year. 


 


 


cGPA: 3.55


B2: 3.83


L3: 3.73


LSAT: 167


 


I'm 24 years old (I'll be 25 when I graduate) and currently in my fourth year of an Honours Dbl Major in Philosophy and Political Science


 


All GPA calculations use the (unforgiving) OLSAS scale.


 


Any input would be greatly appreciated!


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cGPA: 3.41 (will hopefully be better at the end of my fourth year as I had a rough second year) 

 

LSAT: 160 (80th percentile, rewriting in Feb aiming for 165) 

 

Decent softs, good references and PS (I think)
 

Applying to Queens, Western, Ottawa, and Osgoode (long shot I know but why not) 

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cGPA: 3.41 (will hopefully be better at the end of my fourth year as I had a rough second year) 

 

LSAT: 160 (80th percentile, rewriting in Feb aiming for 165) 

 

Decent softs, good references and PS (I think)

 

Applying to Queens, Western, Ottawa, and Osgoode (long shot I know but why not) 

What's your L2? If it's 3.7+ I'd say in at Queens, Western, Ottawa. MAYBE Osgoode off the waitlist.

 

If you're under 3.7 it gets a little more hazy, depending on how far you deviate from it. 

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cGPA: 3.67 

B3/L3: 3.75

B2/L2: 3.86

 

LSAT: 160 (Re-writing in Dec. expecting 163+)

 

Decent LORs & softs with a social justice focus (research experience, community work, crisis line, non-profit internship/policy work)

 

Schools: Queens, Western, Osgoode (first choice), U of T

 

Thanks for any help predicting chances! :)

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cGPA: 3.67

B3/L3: 3.75

B2/L2: 3.86

 

LSAT: 160 (Re-writing in Dec. expecting 163+)

 

Decent LORs & softs with a social justice focus (research experience, community work, crisis line, non-profit internship/policy work)

 

Schools: Queens, Western, Osgoode (first choice), U of T

 

Thanks for any help predicting chances! :)

in at queens and western 50/50 oz out uoft Edited by ClassicPoliSciUndergrad

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if he/she achieves a score of 170+ I don't see why he/she wouldn't get into osgoode or western, based on previous acceptance threads of course.

 

because GPA matters to those schools.  

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