Dear Platano, thank you for the response. Thank you for the compliments. A new perspective definetly helps, I never really thought about it in that way! I have been brushing upon more upon the news, but I tend to read quite a bit about it so I’m nervous about it. The only thing I’m worried about is thinking through the questions, but I can always take a small pause and breath before answering! Thank you, your response has been incredibly helpful
Hello everyone! Very long time lurker. First time poster. I have an interview with McGill Law and I just don’t know what to expect. It is a physical in person interview at the NCDH building. It will last about 20-25 minutes. I have had the French interview last year (maybe they have my record on file?) I’m beginning to kind of panic even though I shouldn’t. I’m a regular university applicant which makes this even more interesting. I was wondering if anyone had gone through something similar? What should I expect? How should I prepare? Is there a company or an individual who can aid me? What will I be questioned about? I got the French interview with a very low LSAT score last year (142) but I have improved this year by quite a bit. I have that be hopeful about. I’m cognizant of the fact that this will decide my future at McGill. I’m fully fluent in French and quite comfortable in it, so I’m confident my low LSAT score did me in last year. However, with the improvement I’m expecting a different result. I intend to be calm and collected and answer the questions posed of me and not deviate. I intend to lay out very clearly why I want to study at McGill law. I intend to be comprehensive in my answers. Does anyone have any advice? Thanks in advance.