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Luckycharm

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  1. Use the OLSAS grade conversion chart and find out what is your GPA, L2 and B3
  2. My dad went to an University in New York I saw his transcript and noticed the letter grades and marks system A+ 97 to 100 4.33 A 94 to 96 4.0 A- 90 to 93 3.7 B+ 87 to 89 3.3 ( or 3.33? ) B 84 to 86 3.0 B- 80 to 83 2.7 Therefore your 87.5 is B+ is around 3.3
  3. I think you should seek professional help
  4. I was doing undergraduate at York during 2008 to 2009 strike and 3L at OZ during 2015 strike.
  5. Many schools have some sort of holistic review. ( not sure about UT) The big question is how many will be accepted each cycle? Only a handful? In the last cycle, I noticed a few with lower stats than those who were still waiting are accepted by Ottawa. . However, the majority of the offers are based on merits.
  6. Per OLSAS grade conversion chart Going to York has a disadvantage. Ryerson is 7 and York is 9 Ryerson . York A+ 4.0 4.0 A 3.9 3.8 A- 3.7 N/A B+ 3.3 3.3 Type Numeric Percentage Alpha Scale 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 OLSAS value 4.00 9 8 90–100 93–100 94–100 94–100 A+ A A+ 3.90 85–89 84–92 87–93 85–93 A 3.80 A 3.70 8 7 80–84 75–83 80–86 80–84 A- A- 3.30 7 6 77–79 72–74 75–79 75–79 B+ B+ B+
  7. Queen's and Uottawa should be OK UT is less than 50%
  8. 100% for Ottawa only God knows about Windsor however, if your friend did not apply to any others schools in Ontario. she would have definitely accepted to Windsor.
  9. I didn't start this post and my stats are not as good. Anyways, your cGPA is from a foreign school. hard to say what it is like after converting to OLSAS or if they will be converted. Toronto, London, Windsor and Kingston are cold too.
  10. https://www.lsuc.on.ca/FAQs/ I want to write my licensing examinations in November or March: when do I apply to the Licensing Process? You can apply any time but you must be fully registered and pay all applicable exam and material fees by no later than 30 business days prior to the examination date. Your official final transcript or NCA certificate of qualification must be on file by no later than 30 business days prior to the date of your first examination. In order to be fully registered, you must have submitted all parts of the application, supporting documents and applicable exam and study material fees. When and how do I submit my official final transcript/Certificate of Qualification? All transcripts/NCA documents confirming that your degree requirements have been met are due immediately upon completion of the requirements OR no later than the deadline posted on the “Dates to Remember” section online if your program is still in progress. All transcripts/NCA documents confirming that your degree requirements have been met are due by no later than 30 business days prior to the date of your first Licensing Examination if you have completed your educational requirements. Please note that first time writers of the June examinations who graduate in May June of the same year may have their law school submit their final transcript by the August deadline (in the same year). We do not accept final proof of education documents submitted by you. The Licensing and Accreditation Department must receive the proof of education directly from the issuing institution. Lawyer and Paralegal Licensing Process Articling Program and Law Practice Program Candidate Supports (Financial Assistance, Tutoring and Accommodations) Licensing Process Inquiries Toll-free line 1-800-668-7380 ext. 3315 Telephone: 416-947-3315
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