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  1. Hey guys, thank you for your inputs. Last weekend my family had a discussion on the situation. They rearranged the taking-care-of-elderly schedule and therefore I write to Mya today that I would be at Osgoode on August 28th, a date as suggested that should be the latest one for registration 2017.
  2. Thank you. I am really in a dilemma. The best option might be deferring my start.
  3. Hi, there. I am one of the incoming students of Osgoode 2020 class. I have to take care of an elderly in the family so that I would not be able to attend the classes till mid Sept, missing around three weeks' study. I have written to the professor explaining my situation. However, I still have deep concerns about the class performance. Could anyone who once was in the same boat or had any thought input efforts on the following questions please? Thanks in advance. 1. Will my grades be affected by missing some of the classes? 2. Does anyone ask the professor for assignments beforehand in order to fulfill the class requirements and not to find yourself buried in tons of paper works later on? 3. To my knowledge, after first week, many students will crowd into buying used textbooks. I am a bit worried about there being no more used books available by the time of arrival since I am under financial burden. 4. Any suggestion of what I should follow up after attending the mid Sept classes? Thank you again. Any input will be appreciated.
  4. Congratulations. Would you mind share your stats?
  5. I'm new here, gonna figure out how to start a new thread. Thank you anyway.
  6. I did my Bachelor Master and PhD (recently graduated) in law in China. While I was sophomore for PhD program, I spent one year visiting Victoria University, Canada. Only got some scattered knowledge about aboriginal culture from my peers' research (many of them did their papers on First Nation).
  7. I am the 0Lsl worrying about being left behind since I am an international student, without much knowledge about Canada. I did research and learned that the best way to prepare before law school is to enjoy the last summer vacation. If possible, would you please recommend some books introducing history, culture, society, community etc to me? I think those books might help me somehow relieve those worries about new beginning. Many thanks.
  8. Accepted via phone call at the end of June. International student from China. GPA(WES): 3.53 LSAT: 164
  9. Take this, it might help you. https://www.manhattanprep.com/lsat/blog/2009/05/19/the-lsat-essay-what-it-is-and-how-to-write-it-2/ I followed the process the sticky recommended on September test. it worked
  10. LOR

    Cannot open the sticky. You've downloaded it? I have the same question as yours. Thanks for any suggestion.
  11. Yes, got the same feeling at the cost of not being able to finish the LG Section in Sep. test. My practice in the older PTs (before 69) is perfect, always finish LG before time with answers all correct. However, at the real test, I just figured out that the usual pattern of resolving LG did not work.
  12. @analystML What is a blind test plz?
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