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  1. Yes, many people including myself applied while still in school. The question was about the distinction between a 3 and 4 year degree, not being in your 3rd year of a 4 year degree.
  2. No, obviously I don't mean that. From my own research I have seen that the majority of Canadian Law Schools accept the vast majority of their students from 4 year degree programs (whether or not those degrees are completed before acceptance).
  3. "Even if the law school you are applying to does not require it, your application will be more competitive if you have completed your undergraduate degree. At the University of Toronto almost all law students have completed at least a four-year degree. In recent years, approximately five very exceptional applicants a year have been admitted without completing a four-year undergraduate degree" - University of Toronto
  4. I had a similar gpa and my lsat was 167. I applied broadly and had several acceptances and waitlists.
  5. Not sure if this was mentioned already but just a heads up that most, if not all, Canadian law schools require the degree to come from a 4-year university. You can apply before completing those 4 years but it cannot be from an institution that grants a degree after 3 years.
  6. You might have more luck posting on the U of S LSA social page or 2021 page
  7. Sorry, I don’t know the answer to your question. Best of luck.
  8. I did that today! Thanks for all your help.
  9. That had totally slipped my mind! Thanks so much, I’ll check in with them.
  10. Thought I would post for future reference - I was accepted as a transfer student to U of C today.
  11. Thanks! I'll certainly check your suggestions out.
  12. Hi There! I'm attempting to transfer to UCalgary for 2L. I wanted to reach out and see if anyone has gone this route and would be willing to chat with me about it. Best, MNT
  13. Chances? (3.02, 3.3, 163)

    I had a L2 slightly higher and a 167 and was wait listed and then rejected in September 2017. But was accepted to several other Canadian schools.
  14. Accepted to UNB 2017

    Just to give everyone an update: I emailed Wanda to inform her that I was declining my offer and I got an auto response back saying she is out of the office until June 6th and that no other offers will be sent out until then. As well, she said that all offers/waitlisted/rejections will hopefully finish in the next two weeks.
  15. Accepted to UNB 2017

    Accepted to UNB today but will be declining. LSAT 167 not sure of my UNB adjusted gpa but 3.33 on 4.0 scale.
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