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Updated on Tuesday, December 23

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QUESTION: Chances at Osgoode Law with a 3.6 cGPA, 3.82 last 2 years (excluding 4th year) and a low 160's LSAT (160-162)?

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  1. no chance lol friend at uoft got declined with mid 3.8 cgpa low 160s lsat,

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    1. Having come out the other side of this, I can say it's all kind of a crapshoot. Some people with really high GPAs and LSATs don't get in. Some with low ones do. Sometimes it comes down to ECs, PS, etc. You never know until you apply!

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  2. Not great. Oz is cGPA focused so L2 doesn't matter and a low-160s won't be enough to overcome a below-median cGPA. That being said, your GPA doesn't automatically disqualify you. I don't know if you haven't written the LSAT or you have and are just saying a range for anonymity, but a 3.6/162 would be highly unlikely unless you have stellar ECs. Not impossible and definitely worth applying, but unlikely. Also FWIW, Oz doesn't average LSATs so if your heart is set on going there, you should rewrite. IIRC they'll take a February score, but double check that.

    To #1, Osgoode isn't UofT

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    1. ^ 2, You're not understanding, friend at uoft (applying from undergrad) declined at osgoode

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