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Chance me please: LSAT - 157; GPA - 3.75


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ISJ55
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3+ years of work experience, visible minority.

Please let me know if you need any more info for your assessment.

Thanks in advance. 

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ISJ55
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Thanks Seaweed, really appreciate it. 

I think if I can score a few more points on the LSAT in the upcoming January administration, I might have a better chance. 

Lsat prep is just so exhausting. I might give it again in January though. 

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DanaeOkay
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Hi! Current UCalgary student here. I would definitely think about retaking the LSAT, those couple extra points will make a world of difference. UCalgary has a holistic admissions process, but after the extremely competitive last cycle your current chances of admission aren't stellar. You didn't specify if your GPA is your cGPA or last two years (which is what UCalgary assesses), but if you could get your score up to a 160+ in combination with a really cohesive narrative in your personal statement, you would have a really good chance! I wish you the best, let me know if you have any other questions!

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