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  1. I think you have to look at the total package that the bank is offering. For example, Scotia offers two credits cards, really generous repayment conditions, etc. Make sure to look at everything the bank offers and ask questions when you don't understand something. Also, don't feel pressured to sign immediately or go with the first bank you visit. Take your time and understand everything that will be required of you. Most importantly, enjoy the process 😀
  2. Just looked at the parking situation at Western. Price wise I think its actually pretty good compared to other universities (ahem york university) but I agree there isn't much parking spaces available for students which is stupid considering the number of "non-student permit lots" that are available.
  3. @coolbeans why did people advise you to not take your car to school?
  4. Any reasons why? Do they place better for OCIs, etc.?
  5. From the GTA and hopefully working in Toronto. I'm not sure exactly what I want to practice. I've gone back and forth on a number of paths but I'm going into law school with an open mind. It will just be me, no one else living with me and I'd say I have a fairly healthy financial situation and I would be able to afford living in both places.
  6. Hey everyone, I'm debating between my offers to both Queens and Windsor. Both schools have their strengths and weaknesses and I wanted people's take on both.
  7. It should depend on how your scoring in your PTs. If you are getting great marks then yea try the July exam. However, if you are struggling in anyway its best to work on your weaknesses before the test. The less times you have to take the test the better, coming from someone who wrote it 3 times lol
  8. To kinda go back to what the original post was about...if anyone can post pics of the law school it would be greatly appreciated
  9. No I've never encountered any like that. Granted, I don't have any evening or night courses so that may play a factor. The only unsafe conditions are the icy parking lots which aren't always cleaned especially if you have a morning class.
  10. Well it is reading week so everyone is probably enjoying that, but for the campus itself yea it is fairly spread out. I'll admit the surrounding area isn't the greatest in terms of things to do but Downtown isn't too far. The parking lot right in front of the law school (Nelson Road Lot) is the closest. However, the waiting list is usually 2 years long minimum. I would suggest putting yourself on the waitlist and maybe you get a spot for third year lol I usually park in the Passy Lot which is right across the road from Osgoode. Its the right hand turn before the entrance to the law school and its near Osgoode Chambers and the other rez buildings there. It's not that much of difference in terms of difference, maybe 2-3 mins max from the law school. That lot you probably should get a spot in but I do suggest signing up as soon as it becomes available which I believe is in March but you should double check with the parking office.
  11. I am currently a student at York and I drive everyday from Brampton. I'll say that it is much faster and much more convenient than taking the Zum Bus. I usually just hop on the 407 and take it to Jane street. Thing with this is that you have to pay a toll so you HAVE to factor that in. I did buy a parking pass and you can apply for one through the parking office. I'd say that if you are coming from the West side and you have access to a vehicle it is much more convenient to drive as you can come and go as you please.
  12. Accepted OLSAS cGPA: 3.44 L2: 3.67 LSAT: 159 (highest) Average ECs Also accepted to Queens and Calgary so I'm not sure on my decision just yet.
  13. Have until the end of March/early April. Cant remember off the top of my head lol
  14. Accepted today cGPA: 3.44, L2: 3.67 (OLSAS stats) LSAT: 159 (highest) Have been accepted in my home province so I have some thinking to do 🤔. Good luck to those waiting.
  15. Accepted Jan 29th cGPA: 3.44 L2: 3.67 LSAT: 159 General Category Third time's a charm.
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