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Luckycharm

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  1. Hard to tell. However, your law school grades are more important. Since there is nothing you can do with undergrad grades, may as well forget it.
  2. I think all PI are on continent fee basis. Right?
  3. You were accepted to Ottawa Accepted on Dec 19. LSAT - 153 CGPA (OLSAS) - 3.63 B2 - 3.8 What other schools are you waiting for and why are you impatient? You can provisionally accept Ottawa and pay the $500(?) deposit and keep all other Ontario schools open until they reject you or put you on wait list. If you are put on the wait list for Ontario schools, you can wait till late Jun or July 2(?).
  4. U of T is not pass/fail for grading. Search this site and you will have a better idea.
  5. The world has never been fair. I find out from another post that you have 3.7 L2 and 157. The admission process is not over yet.
  6. Why would Lakehead give OP an offer AGAIN when OP declined their offer this cycle? So that OP can decline them again?
  7. Go to a bank yourself and ask for a LOC. You should be able to get one with your clean credit. There is NO cost to you until you start drawing on the LOC. Even then, your school may pay for your interest to until you graduate.
  8. You can tell them you want to withdraw your application
  9. I am too old then Is sewer worse than screw?
  10. You can always try. I don't know who can tell you what are considers competitive for Legal Aid.
  11. not a good idea to intentionally let your marks slide
  12. Are you working now or still in school? You may have to look at schools with "drops". Hard to say what is the idea score. Western is a L2 school and Osgoode is GPA school. I don't think you are competitive for these two schools. Windsor is hard to predict.
  13. The best pre-law programs are those that you can get an A easily.
  14. I thought you are not allow to buy and sell the Bar Materials. I remember I was given an electronic copy and printed them (over 1500 pages) myself. I took them into the Bar Exam and have to leave them there. Not sure if the rules has changed.
  15. Do you know what you are talking about? "guaranteed articling position" with an on-line law degree? Are there Law Society in Canada that will accept an on-line law degree?
  16. Compare to article, law school was a piece of cake.
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