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  1. I got one from them last week on Thursday. (Oz)
  2. Yeah! They told me I had to go through IT Services (http://www.queensu.ca/its/apps/forms/itsc/helpform) to report the issue and then someone from IT reset my account! Hope that helps
  3. Hey! I was kind of in the same boat as you. I ended up submitting the form through email after talking to someone from the admissions office on the phone on March 31st. It seems like they do need the form asap but I would be surprised if it would be a huge problem if you already accepted on OLSAS. If I were you, I'd try to talk to someone on the phone and see if you can submit it online rather than mailing it in.
  4. Does anyone know the deadline given on the package to mail it back to them with provisional/firm accept? I can't find my package anywhere and am hoping if I just accept on OLSAS today it will be okay...I've been trying to call/email them to confirm but haven't gotten a response. I guess this is what I get for leaving it till the last day to make a decision!
  5. In terms of bursaries, I got an email about a month and a half after I was admitted to let me know that based on my initial financial aid application (the one I completed before applying through OLSAS) I would likely be eligible for a bursary. However, they didn't give any indication of the amount other than that bursaries range from $1200-$10,000 based on level of need relative to your peers. The real application is in September of next year I believe and that's when we'll receive an actual figure. Does anyone know what financial information the bursary offers are based on? I'm specifically wondering whether they take parental income into account or just the amount that parents/others are actually contributing?
  6. Yeah there are definitely a bunch of variables to consider. Unfortunately, Osgoode doesn't have a financial aid estimator, which makes things difficult to fully plan out. U of T also has the loan forgiveness program for people who pursue more low-income career choices, which could end up giving me more freedom in the long run.. I think I'm leaning more towards U of T at this point based on all the research I've done, and their welcome day really pleasantly surprised me. It's clear I might have to make a more conscious effort to stay off the corporate/Bay st. track but it's also clear there are so many non-corporate options available and lots of people who feel the way I do.
  7. I got an email from financial services last week saying based on my initial financial aid application I would likely be eligible for a bursary next year if my situation remains the same. It didn't specify amount (other than it could range from $1,200-10,000) and said that it would be determined based on an updated application in the fall. Not sure if others have received a similar email or not!
  8. Congrats to both of you and thanks for the insight! I'm guessing based on lack of responses that only scholarship offers have been going out, not bursary estimates.
  9. Has anyone received info about bursary eligibility? I sent an email to financial services about it and they said that if I'm eligible I would receive an email but I got admitted in December and am wondering if no email yet is a bad sign? Thanks for any insight!
  10. In this morning! Will probably be opening up a spot in the near future. cGPA: 3.68 L2: 3.86 LSAT: 160, 167
  11. Does anyone have any insight on what it's like to attend U of T while focused on public interest/social justice work rather than corporate/biglaw? I had always had my sights set on Osgoode but after receiving acceptance to U of T (which was unexpected) I'm re-thinking things. If it's relevant, I've also applied to the combined JD/MSW program at U of T.
  12. Also just got the call from Rejeanne!!!! In total shock! CGPA: 3.68 B3: 3.8 LSAT: 160, 167 My name is quite late in the alphabet for anyone wondering. Congrats and good luck all!
  13. Just checked student centre and noticed I've been accepted! Have not yet received an email. cGPA: 3.68 L2: 3.86 LSAT: 160, 167 (dec) Congrats and good luck to others! Likely will be declining and opening up a spot soon.
  14. So we don't have to do anything to ensure that the schools get our latest score? I saw there's an option on OLSAS to "change your LSAT information" using the SAM tool but I'm guessing that's not necesary?
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