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About Rascal2017

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  1. 2017/2018 Current 1L AMA

    Thanks for all the responses. I'm leaning towards Golden Triangle
  2. 2017/2018 Current 1L AMA

    Thanks for this. Where would you recommend living if you were going to live off campus? Ideally, I'd be most interested in a 1 bedroom apartment (no room mates).
  3. Accepted 2018

    it was November 24th (note: my LSAT score was from September 2017)
  4. Accepted 2018

    Accepted GPA: 4.19/4.3 (not sure how drops, last 10 credits etc... factor in) LSAT: 158 Strong ECs and LORs Ontario Resident 4th year undergrad
  5. Accepted to Ottawa 2018

    Accepted on Friday OLSAS GPA: 3.85 B2/L2: 3.90 LSAT: 158 Very strong ECs and LORs Ontario Resident 4th year undergrad
  6. I'm an Ontario resident interested in practicing health law in Ontario. I understand that Dalhouise has an excellent health law specialization option which is formally recognized on your transcript/degree but, I also understand that it's better to go to law school where you eventually want to work. I've been accepted to both schools and I'm trying to decide. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks
  7. Accepted 2018

    In as well, received the email this morning: cGPA: 3.85 L2/B2: 3.9 LSAT: 158 Very strong ECs and letters of recommendation. 4th year undergrad at an Ontario University Ontario Resident
  8. Chances LSAT 158

    I'm not from a maritime province
  9. Accepted 2018

    Acepted yesterday. 4.39/4.5 GPA (without drops) 158 LSAT Ontario Resident 4th year undergrad
  10. Chances LSAT 158

    I was accepted with a 4.19/4.3 GPA and a 158 LSAT
  11. On Dalhousie's website it shows that a health law specialization can be obtained through their program by taking specific courses. Does anyone know if this specialization can be obtained at all Canadian Law Schools or is it school specific? If school specific, what other schools other than Dalhousie have this as an option?
  12. Thanks I'll keep checking
  13. Thanks I'll keep checking
  14. In the requirements section all my documents show the date received except for the "Personal Statement" which remains blank. This seems somewhat odd since the personal statement is submitted with the application. I know it says that this is not always filled in for the Law program but I'm just wondering if anyone else is seeing the same thing?
  15. Accepted to UNB 2018

    Hi everyone, Accepted yesterday. 4.19/4.3 GPA without drops 158 LSAT Very strong ECs Ontario Resident 4th year undergrad Submitted application 1st week of November Good luck everyone