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Chances? L2: 84%, CGPA: 77%, LSAT: 158


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Lawyerwannabe
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Yea I know, I’m a failure. Would love it if someone could chance me tho.
 

Applied/applying to western, queens, UO, Ryerson, Lakehead, UoC, UoA, Ubc tru. Have good experience. Personal statement is good. Applying general 

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Borat
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Give us your GPA on the scale of the institutions you're applying to (e.g. OLSAS 4.0) to help us better gauge your chances. None of these schools (except for UBC) use percentages for admissions.

As for UBC, you're not competitive. With a CGPA of 77%, you'll need an LSAT in the mid-170s.

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Kobe
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23 minutes ago, Lawyerwannabe said:

@Borat OLSAS L2: 3.66 CGPA: 3.2 

I would say UBC as noted is virtually impossible. Western, Queens, UofA, UofC, and Ottawa I would consider unlikely, even at the L2/B2 schools you are below the medians. Lakehead seems like a decent chance. Ryerson I don't think anyone knows. TRU I don't know(hopefully someone else can comment). 

The issue is 3.2 to 3.66 well certainly an upswing is still not that competitive at many of these schools when coupled with a weak lsat score. 

Also I would not use failure to describe yourself, getting into law school does not necessarily make someone a success or a failure. If you don't get in anywhere you could always retake the lsat, 170 and a 3.66 L2 would be a totally different story. Either way don't attach your self worth to this process. 

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UBC is a no. Western, Queen's and UOttawa highly unlikely. Probably in at Lakehead and Ryerson (Ryerson only considers your 20 best courses so maybe your avg is higher). I also remember seeing someone with a LSAT score under 150 getting in at Ryerson last year. 

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