In regards to regular and access/special circumstances applicants, I have been told by many that I should apply under the latter and some have told me to apply under the other. . .
As a member of the second lowest income community in Toronto, I have been in situations where I've had no money to eat and no money to go to school. I have 5 younger siblings, including an Autistic brother, whom I mostly take care of. During my time in university, I have gone through much difficulty to get the right aid, services, and assistance for my family, but especially for my brother. I have worked all throughout my undergraduate studies as well. Furthermore, I am also a member of the Afghan community. I've experienced first hand just how underrepresented we are in the legal field (one of my main reasons for wanting to become a lawyer), and how the complexities of traditional values and improper guidance can be detrimental to growth. I hope I don't come off as a big baby, but this is some of the stuff I've discussed with colleagues. And I just wanted the opinion of this forum: under which category should I apply for? (i also have documents to support everything i say)