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Everything posted by Luckycharm

  1. OZ and Ottawa- cGPA U of T - B3
  2. is your 3.86 per OLSAS converted?
  3. Your B3 is higher than your L2. Did you have a bad third or fourth year? Did you take more than 4 years? Your B2 should be better than 3.29 then. if your B3 is not somewhere near 3.7 or 3.8, you can forget U of T if your L2 or B2 is under 3,7, you will have a very low chance for Queens and Western. I can not predict your chance with Ryerson but with a high 160 LSAT -who knows i am not familiar with schools outside Ontario.
  4. Do you mind give us an idea what do you mean by "are not the best" ? Some schools will look at L2, B2 ,B3 and some schools drop some of your bad experiences. We can give you some idea if tell us where do you want to apply?
  5. York does not have A-. It is either A+ =4.0 per OLSAS, A=3.8 and B+=3.3.
  6. https://www.ouac.on.ca/guide/olsas-conversion-table/ York is column 9 C+ is 2.3 and B is 3. B+ is 3.3 and A is 3.8 You need 3.7 for the last 2 years to have a fighting chance. To do that, you probably need straight As for third and fourth year. You had a brutal car accident in year 1 but what happened in year 2? Did you ask for academic accommodations after your car accident?
  7. "... to take 2 courses to boost my L2 GPA (if I do this my last 20 credits GPA will be 3.7 - not great but better for sure). " Your L2 is 3.0 now . How can you reach 3.7 if you take 2 more courses?
  8. What is your L2/B2 now?
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  10. Contact the accessibility office to find out what type of accommodations are available https://www.uottawa.ca/respect/en/accessibility
  11. Your GPA is good enough for 5 to 10 OCI. I didn't apply to any firm in Ottawa back then, but I was told a few firms have 7.0 to 7.3 cut off.
  12. If you have to go to Ottawa only once a week. I think it is doable. Tell the school this is what you are planning to do and you want to know how many days you have to be in Ottawa so that you can arrange housing etc.
  13. https://commonlaw.uottawa.ca/en/students/student-centre/equity-and-academic-success/academic-accomodation You can get extra time for exams and extended time for assignments etc.
  14. Classes may be on line. keep an eye on the new development. https://www.uottawa.ca/coronavirus/en About half time studies https://commonlaw.uottawa.ca/en/students/admissions/admissions-criteria/education-equity/half-time-studies good luck
  15. Ryerson is the first University in Toronto to confirm most classes will be on line next semester.
  16. hope you can say goodbye to your deposit
  17. but Lakehead accepted you based on that. right?
  18. I guess you can stay home (if not in Windsor) and go back when required.... find out from school if that is viable.
  19. I say you have about 50% chance with 3.46 and 166 . With your Western offer, you can wait till July 2. Good luck
  20. Although U of T is a B3 school, I am not sure how they view your 2.1 cGPA. However, I am sure you will get in somewhere.
  21. Is U of T the only school you plan to apply? When did you write the LSAT?
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