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  1. Here’s how it worked at my school: Everyone who was scheduled to interview at a particular time was corralled into a waiting area. Upon hearing the starting announcement, everyone would walk into the main area that housed all the booths. You then locate the proper booth (you’ll be provided with a map beforehand), and enter. After the 20 minute marker, you walk back out to the corralling area. It was very straightforward and almost impossible to mess up. Don’t stress about it. I imagine it works similarly for all the schools. Best of luck.
  2. Can confirm that RBS has extended offers
  3. In terms of interviewing, there are plenty of previous threads that deal with the issue. See, for example:
  4. You could keep this question to one thread maybe?
  5. Couldn't hurt to shoot Rose an email and let her know your situation. She might tell you that your application is under review, that you should be receiving an email shortly, etc. Though the cycle is definitely slowing down, an acceptance is certainly not out of the question.
  6. Here is the link to another useful thread regarding the transfer route: http://lawstudents.ca/forums/topic/38962-ask-me-anything-about-the-transfer-route/
  7. Good advice! Just wondering why you warn against these homes? Just issues with old construction (i.e. drafty, faulty appliances, etc)?
  8. I was just accepted to Dal! My GPA is 3.6/4.0 and my LSAT is 162. Non-maritime. Respectable LoRs, average ECs
  9. https://www.facebook.com/groups/279711629123393/
  10. Similar to the above poster. I would definitely prepare to find a consigner for your PSLOC because a) they're more than likely going to require one, and b) you're more than likely going to need the LOC. Look and see if your current employer or municipality offers any scholarships that you might be eligible for. I wish you luck!
  11. And not to nitpick (isn't that what everyone says immediately before proceeding to nitpick), but it's usually referred to as the LSAT, not LSATs. We can't have you going around this place sounding like a chump, can we?
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