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Luckycharm

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  1. what was the interest rate before the bank drop their rate by 2.5% and when was this?
  2. Wait a minute Are your cGPA, B3 and L2 converted to OLSAS basis? Did you include grades from foreign there?
  3. My cousin took a course called "Symbolic Logic" because all his friends told him they got an easy A+. He ended up with a C+ which was the lowest grade on his transcript.
  4. Your B3 was 3.7 and Op's B3 3.26. I think Op's chance is lower than 25% for U of T
  5. Most schools are mainly merit base. Windsor is the only true holistic school. However, many schools also admit certain percentage of students with weaker stats based on other factors. (holistic, mature and access etc.) Western is L2 and Queens is B2.
  6. Are you sure people are not talking about in the whole World? I didn't see "all of Canada" in your post. "I constantly hear people saying how Ryerson is going to be one of the top 3 schools within 5 years due to location."
  7. Ryerson will be one of the top 3 (law) schools in Toronto because there are only 3 law schools in Toronto by September 2020.
  8. They are still working on OSAP funding eligibility as of June 2019 https://www.thelawyersdaily.ca/articles/12918/ryerson-setting-up-for-law-school-applications-in-august-still-working-on-osap-eligibility
  9. There is a new law school in Toronto Ryerson. It is not listed on the link yet. Feel free to ask more questions
  10. No https://lso.ca/becoming-licensed/lawyer-licensing-process Application Prerequisites for Law School GraduatesThe academic requirements for applying and entering the Lawyer Licensing Process are as follows: Graduation from a common law program offered by a university in Canada approved by Convocation. Upon successful completion of an approved common law program, the candidate will receive a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) or a Juris Doctor (J.D.) Degree. In most accredited law schools the minimum length of the common law program is three academic years.Applicants to the Lawyer Licensing Process are no longer required to be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada.Law Schools Approved by Convocation:Law Schools in Ontario:Lakehead UniversityOsgoode Hall Law School / York UniversityQueen's UniversityUniversity of OttawaUniversity of TorontoUniversity of Western OntarioUniverstiy of WindsorLaw Schools in Other Provinces:Dalhousie UniversityMcGill UniversityThompson Rivers UniversityUniversité de MontréalUniversity of AlbertaUniversity of British ColumbiaUniversity of CalgaryUniversity of ManitobaUniversity of MonctonUniversity of New BrunswickUniversité de SherbrookeUniversity of SaskatchewanUniversity of Victoria
  11. What if your Nov score is lower than 158?
  12. I think you are good for Queens and Western. Exchange aboard and summer credit should not adversely affect your application as long as you get good grades.
  13. Ottawa 100% Queens and Western- What is your B2 and L2? York- 75% U of T out
  14. Which school do you really want to go?
  15. http://www.uwindsor.ca/finance/fee-estimator
  16. Hope this clarify your situation https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/technical-information/income-tax/income-tax-folios-index/series-5-international-residency/folio-1-residency/income-tax-folio-s5-f1-c1-determining-individual-s-residence-status.html
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