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Luckycharm

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  1. Some schools only consider your first degree
  2. Either you or OLSAS made a mistake in the calculation.
  3. Did you take more than 4 years undergrad ? My quick calculation looks like Year 1 0.66 Year 2 3.68 Year 3 3.95 Year 4 3.95 Did you fail year 1?
  4. I mean Plan B besides law school.
  5. I was asked more than once when I did OCI if I speak those two languages.
  6. https://www.ouac.on.ca/guide/olsas-transcript/#us-transcripts Transcripts from US Institutions If you attended or are currently enrolled at a US university or college, you must contact the registrar’s office to arrange to have your transcript sent to OLSAS. OLSAS has established procedures with some of these institutions to release their transcripts by electronic means. The collection of electronic transcripts is not an automated process. As long as the document is available to OLSAS by the transcript deadline, it will meet the deadline requirement. Transcripts sent by institutions via email and/or fax are not acceptable as these are not secure methods of document transfer. If your university does not issue electronic transcripts, you must arrange with their registrar’s office to have an official paper copy sent to OLSAS. OLSAS will convert grades of courses taken at accredited universities in the US. These applicants do not require a World Education Services (WES) evaluation. Top of Page Transcripts from International Institutions (Excluding the US) OLSAS requires a WES evaluation for all international transcripts. WES evaluations must be sent directly to OLSAS by WES and must be received by the application deadline. You are responsible for arranging the transfer of all other transcripts and documents to OLSAS. Assessment of International Academic Credentials Credentialing assessment means converting international academic credentials into their Canadian educational equivalents. If a WES evaluation includes a copy of your official transcript, you are not required to request a transcript from your registrar. If your undergraduate studies were taken outside Canada and the US, you must have your transcript assessed by WES. If your graduate studies were taken outside Canada and the US, you are not required to have your transcript evaluated by WES, although such evaluation may be requested. If you are a National Committee of Accreditation candidate, you are not required to have your transcripts provided to OLSAS by WES. A WES evaluation is not required for courses taken as part of an exchange program, as long as transfer credits for these courses appear on the home university transcript. Request that a course-by-course evaluation be reported for your international grades. The evaluation will not be valid without an overall grade point average (GPA). However, the admission committees of the law schools reserve the right to apply their own evaluation. WES evaluations must be sent directly to OLSAS by WES and must be received by the application deadline. Reminder: OLSAS will convert grades of courses taken at accredited universities in the US. These applicants do not require a WES evaluation. To contact WES, call 416-972-0070.
  7. Do you speak Mandarin and Cantonese fluently?
  8. https://www.ouac.on.ca/guide/olsas-transcript/#international Transcripts from International Institutions (Excluding the US) OLSAS requires a WES evaluation for all international transcripts. WES evaluations must be sent directly to OLSAS by WES and must be received by the application deadline. You are responsible for arranging the transfer of all other transcripts and documents to OLSAS. Assessment of International Academic Credentials Credentialing assessment means converting international academic credentials into their Canadian educational equivalents. If a WES evaluation includes a copy of your official transcript, you are not required to request a transcript from your registrar. If your undergraduate studies were taken outside Canada and the US, you must have your transcript assessed by WES. If your graduate studies were taken outside Canada and the US, you are not required to have your transcript evaluated by WES, although such evaluation may be requested. If you are a National Committee of Accreditation candidate, you are not required to have your transcripts provided to OLSAS by WES. A WES evaluation is not required for courses taken as part of an exchange program, as long as transfer credits for these courses appear on the home university transcript. Request that a course-by-course evaluation be reported for your international grades. The evaluation will not be valid without an overall grade point average (GPA). However, the admission committees of the law schools reserve the right to apply their own evaluation. WES evaluations must be sent directly to OLSAS by WES and must be received by the application deadline. Reminder: OLSAS will convert grades of courses taken at accredited universities in the US. These applicants do not require a WES evaluation. To contact WES, call 416-972-0070. Top of Page
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