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  1. Accepted Civil law Ottawa 2018

    Accepted today. I will decline the admission.
  2. Quebec Law Schools

    1) For example, if you refer to the UQAM's website, a minimum of 3.6/4.3 GPA might get you an interview (one of the only University in Québec that ask for an interview if you are not from Cégep.) On some other threads I saw a lot of people with a 3.7 that gets in the «Baccalauréat en droit» except for McGill wich need a stronger GPA. 2) No LSAT required. Even for McGill, the LSAT is not necessary but can help you if you have a lower GPA, at least for Quebec-french student. 3)No personal statement, references and EC list, except for McGill. The only thing that matter is your GPA. 4) Undergraduated program = Baccalauréat (1er cycle), since it's Civil Law you will have to apply to this program if I'm not wrong. *Sorry for bad english, I tried to help you as much as I could but to be 100% sure the best thing is to call the admission of the University in wich you are interressed.
  3. Table des étalons ulaval

    @droit2018 Je me suis basé sur les réponses que j'ai pu lire sur le forum. La CRU n'équivaut pas exactement à celle de la cote R.
  4. Table des étalons ulaval

    Avec un minimum de 3.6/4.3 dans plusieurs programmes de baccalauréat (psycho, politique, etc.) tu serais compétitif pour l'admission en droit. N'oublie pas que pour la plupart des universités, 1 crédit = 2% de ton dossier universitaire par rapport à ta cote R.
  5. Accepted Civil law Ottawa 2018

    I just saw on uOttawa website that it can take up to two weeks when they receive your grade from OUAC.
  6. Accepted Civil law Ottawa 2018

    I'm still in Deferred Decision since January 30th. They are waiting for my final grade from Cégep even if I received an e-mail from OUAC saying they sent the information on February 9th. Should I send an e-mail to the admission or just wait?
  7. Accepted Civil law Ottawa 2018

    Congrats! Mind sharing your Cote R?
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