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  1. Lets say I did not get a great score on my first attempt, can I choose (on test day) not to send the scores right away and then disclose both scores on my second attempt ? Both scores will get reported regardless. I do not want just the first score to get reported and schools make a decision just on the first score when there is a second attempt in the works. How do we solve this short of writing a specific note to the school. I am worried since schools/OLSAS has my LSAC number.
  2. Hi, 1. Except having your name does the school need to put your OLSAS reference number or something else for OLSAS to not misplace your transcript ? OLSAS reference number is done after application submission, so do I have to wait to submit application OR can I just get it sent ?
  3. Hi, Website says you have to go make an account on uozone to see the scholarships the law school offers ? Was wondering if you have a list of it somewhere to see if any full tuition ones are there ?
  4. What is the latest LSAT they accept for 2019 ?
  5. 1. did olsas add mandatory high school from this year ? I remember it not being there in previous years 2. do we also need to send transcripts
  6. can any current student pursuing english canadian american jd please comment on the following: The schedule on the website says that first 2 years are in the US. Is it possible to spend the first year in Canada ?
  7. I am thinking of applying with a January start date
  8. @Minna any idea of what are the percentages for A, B, C, D . Please look at my post above.
  9. @pzabbythesecond a lot of schools do not have +/- (plusses and minuses) I could find a WES scale because it does not have one for USA. It converts other countries to North America and not the other way round. Care posting a link ?
  10. @pzabbythesecond Why ? Most places for GPA A is 4.0 , B is a 3, C is a 2 and D is a 1. Admissions office particularly said WES is for schools not in North America (USA is in North America). I just need to know the percentages McGill assigns for grades A through D.
  11. Not international school but my undergrad was from a USA school. In my school A is 4.0 , B is a 3, C is a 2 and D is a 1. What percentage will be assigned to an A grade ? Admissions office has a scale but they wont reveal it and cannot trust this scale because it says it is not for law schools ?
  12. I have a GPA and am trying to calculate Percentage using this link . My school has A B C D. What would that be in percentage ? Is A a 100, B a 74, C a 55 and D a 50 looks horribly wrong to me ? WIth this scale I am getting a percentage of 40%... no way. My real GPA is actually pretty decent.
  13. @pzabbythesecond I beg to differ mature is not its own category but a subcategory within each of the 4 categories I mentioned in the thread.
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