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Esmeralda77
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I am planning to apply for International Energy Lawyers Program in partnership with University of Houston Law Centre and U Calgary.

I missed the application deadline for Canadian law schools. I am wondering if UH Law Centre would accept me with GPA: 3.2 and LSAT: 147. 

Thank you!

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39 minutes ago, Esmeralda77 said:

I am planning to apply for International Energy Lawyers Program in partnership with University of Houston Law Centre and U Calgary.

I missed the application deadline for Canadian law schools. I am wondering if UH Law Centre would accept me with GPA: 3.2 and LSAT: 147. 

Thank you!

Had to do a bit of digging into UHLC for this one. Answer seems to be that it is unlikely you would be accepted. 

Not only is it late in the cycle, your lsat is just too low. 13 points below their median. And you don't have the GPA to make up for it. Frankly I'd be surprised if these stats got you in anywhere in Canada. 

Retake the LSAT and apply again next year. 

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CheeseToast
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You don't want to go to any school that admits you with those stats. Work on your GPA and LSAT and apply broadly once your stats are closer to Canadian schools' medians.

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