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Chances - OLSAS CGPA: 3.74, L2/B2: 3.82, B20: 3.87, L12: 3.8, LSAT: 153


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Canlawforumuser123
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Glad to see feedback! Applied everywhere on time except UBC and McGill! Thanks!

Softs:- 

- Working as Realtor (1.6 yrs ongoing), previously was in Banking (3 Months) and Fast-food Restaurant (1 yr) 

- Personal Statement shows how I connect to with the law through my real estate & banking work, as well as political leadership roles, past diversity challenge (+ overcoming it), & personal values that helped me. 
My applications include medical note for my impacted LSAT performance due to chest pain (applied as access applicant everywhere).

- Engaged in political leadership from 2015 (Election Campaigner, Youth Delegate, MLA from 3-day legislative program, & Party Member)

- From 2019 onwards volunteering at local community kitchen every weekend 

- Participated in literary club as association member from 2014 (into book releases & promotional events)

- On faculty’s achievement list consecutively from Yr 1-3 (ongoing), best delegate awardee at Cambridge UK Modern UN, 1 university scholarship, 1 high school scholarship

- For research I did a seminar presentation for a 3rd year university course

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I think you will be accepted somewhere, but not necessarily your top choice. It depends on what they think about your access claim for the lsat, and that's difficult to predict. 

If you were only accepted to Windsor and were hoping for, say, Osgoode or UBC, i'd seriously consider reapplying. Your grades and personal profile are great, and even a high 150s lsat score would would give you a lot of options.

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Thanks @WiseGhost for your update! I don't necessarily have a top choice or most preferable options that I am running after. Like yes it will be better for me to attend Osgoode/UofT/TMU/Calgary but I will be content in any Canadian law school really (Especially any within Ontario).

I was thinking with the same situation, if I accept the offer for Windsor, can't I transfer myself to Osgoode or to any other law school after 1L? Not sure about this path but will be great to hear some input on it. If it can happen, would the LSAT score be looked at during that time as well?

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4 hours ago, Canlawforumuser123 said:

Thanks @WiseGhost for your update! I don't necessarily have a top choice or most preferable options that I am running after. Like yes it will be better for me to attend Osgoode/UofT/TMU/Calgary but I will be content in any Canadian law school really (Especially any within Ontario).

I was thinking with the same situation, if I accept the offer for Windsor, can't I transfer myself to Osgoode or to any other law school after 1L? Not sure about this path but will be great to hear some input on it. If it can happen, would the LSAT score be looked at during that time as well?

Transferring isn't a guarantee nor easy to do. Whichever school you apply to transfer to will look at your GPA and LSAT and they'll want to see that it's in their realm of acceptance. You would also need to do very well in 1L for them to consider your transfer, especially if you're trying to transfer from a school like Windsor to Osgoode. 

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