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victrola

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stats and schools of choice
« on: October 23, 2004, 01:42:08 AM »
for the canadians, want to share stats and schools of choice? 

me: 3.4 from mcgill and a 163 (90th)

top choice: UBC
others: osgoode, western, UA
safety schools: windsor, UC

i'm very pissed off with my 163.  i managed to incorrectly answer 9 questions on the last LR section - something i never do.  this girl sitting beside me was doing games and used her eraser the entire time and sighed heavily, both of which were sooo noisy and distracting.  i should have been able to block her out, but i couldn't and i was aiming for 165-167.  plus, damn that stupid curve. 

what do you think my chances are at UBC?  i'm dying to go there and i'll be so upset if i have to leave vancouver...

and how did everyone else do??

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Re: stats and schools of choice
« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2004, 01:48:08 AM »
victrola, UBC is possible but not 100%.  I'd say pretty good chance.  With that LSAT you'll be fine at most/all schools methinks.

me: 3.99 from Waterloo and 158 (77th)

top choice: Osgoode
others: Western
safety: UNB, Queen's

My 158 hit like a nail in the coffin, trust me.  Good chance I won't be in Toronto for the next three years now, which sucks.  The curve was just brutal, I can't even believe it.
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Re: stats and schools of choice
« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2004, 10:34:11 AM »
I'll take a shot at these ...

Victorla:  In everywhere but osgoode.  You will prolly get waitlisted there.

Caecilius:  Osgoode?, In everywhere else.  @#!*, 158 eh....you still have a very good chance.  Your GPA will be your life-saver.  I think you'll still get in.  I"ll pull for you.