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  1. ForensicAnthropology

    Fuzzy on stat calculation

    In addition, the B2 is calculated from your B2 years to current. Your L2 is calculated with your last 60 credits of completion.
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    B2/L2 calculation?

    This post explains Queens, a B2 school. As per Osgoode, they take your cGPA (so all courses taken).
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    B2/L2 calculation?

    Only fall and winter courses are considered for B2/L2, not summer. L2 schools count your last 60 credits of completion. If you are still being considered, then they will look at the rest. Here is Ryn's Law School Application Assistant (Calculator and Admission Predictor). It'll provide you with a OLSAS aggregated cGPA, B3, and L2 though. More info here.
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    Rewriting in July.. enough time?

    We can't answer this for you as everyone learns differently. Do some more practice tests, drills, and see if your score increases over that span. Realistically speaking, over that given schedule, there probably won't be much of an improvement anyways. Have fun!
  5. ForensicAnthropology

    What is Tips for Studying Alongside School?

    I literally squeezed in every change I got (studying during reading week, after huge waves of completed work and the like).
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    When Do Rejections Go Out 2019?

    No, chrispbacon, a legal career clearly does not involve a lot of waiting and patience. If you have any other questions, feel free to PM me.
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    Advice on what to do? Accept or re-apply?

    Go to Lakehead.
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    Ottawa Waitlisted 2018 JD (English)

    >Hover over username >Click "ignore user" button >Log out
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    Govt summer student dress code

    You are correct in assuming that a suit is not required every day.
  10. Lakehead Law released their first year of graduating students in the 2016-2017 year.
  11. The point is, there has been many discussions about this topic. There is no clear cut answer, nor will there ever be. Everyone just wants to bolster their opinion and defend that the degree they obtained is much more important/harder than everyone else’s. tldr: Forensic Science at UofT is just way too hard. I suggest that no one do it.
  12. Forensic Science follows you around a lot as well. It has reminded me to not produce fingerprints on TTC bus or train poles.
  13. "What is required to be a competitive candidate?A competitive candidate in the General Category will have completed a minimum of three years of undergraduate university study, (although most of our admitted students have completed a four-year Honors degree), have an A- (82-84%) average (GPA 3.7) preferably overall, but particularly for the last two full years of study, and an LSAT score above the 80th percentile (160 or above)." "The Admissions Committee considers all grades but will focus particularly on the last two full years (or equivalent) of undergraduate study. A competitive candidate in the General category will have an A- (80%-84% / 3.7 GPA) average, particularly for the last two full years of undergraduate university study, and an LSAT score above the 80th percentile." Quoted from Western Law.
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    Windsor DUAL - Reference Letters Question

  15. "Applicants with less than three years of university: We also welcome applications from individuals who have demonstrated through the length and quality of their non-academic experience, an ability to successfully complete the JD Program. Applicants who have not attended university or who will have completed less than three years of university as of June 1st of the year of admission are eligible to apply if: 1) They are at least 26 years of age; and 2) They have a minimum of 5 years of non-academic experience. These two conditions must be met as of September 1st of the year of admission." @BiPhan