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  1. 1. Others have answered this. 2. You apply in November 2020 for the fall of 2021. If you are not done school by the time you apply you must update OLSAS with transcripts. 3. This is how I studied. 4. This is impossible to answer. I am going to guess that any impact is negligible. 5. You can see the class profiles under the Accepted UofT posts on this forum. From what I gathered the average admit was around 164/165 and a 3.6/3.7. 6. Seems competitive, but it varies each year. I think that would be a decent pair of stats for this year. 7. Getting into law school in Canada is not that hard , relatively speaking. Look at it this way: to get into the top school in Canada you should have around a 165 and an A- GPA. The top American schools would not consider you for a second if you showed them a 165. The hardest part about getting into law school is not mucking up your first year at university. If you can salvage a cGPA or B3 around 3.7 then I think you're fine. Study your ass off for the LSAT and you'll be fine.
  2. Accepted to U of T 2018

    I believe you are correct - the group seems to be invite only. Admin of the FB group is the same guy who calls & emails you with the offer. There are currently 224 members, however it's unlikely everyone will accept the offer.
  3. Accepted to Queen's 2018

    Thanks amigo
  4. Accepted to Queen's 2018

    In! LSAT: 172 cGPA: 3.92
  5. Accepted to U of T 2018

    Accepted! cGPA: 3.92 LSAT: 172 Last name: A
  6. Thank you! I'm actually in the middle of those applications that right now! Feels a bit late and I'm definitely on the low end of their LSAT medians, but I figured it was worth a shot.
  7. Accepted! cGPA: 3.92 LSAT: 172