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  1. What @Girby said, use your experience to your advantage. And I think working, regardless of setting, is a better reflection of your work ethic and ability to balance academics than just being at school with no work experience. Also, if you only include your office experience, there will be more gaps in your employment history, so it'll appear you didn't work at all during certain points even though you were.
  2. When I was looking at places for Queen’s, one place offered to do a Skype tour since they weren’t available to show me the place the weekend I went to Kingston. Maybe you can ask if this is a possibility if there are specific places you know you’re interested in?
  3. Just declined my offer for Queen's, good luck everyone!
  4. I asked mum to sit this one out but when I went to Western I’d say at least half the students brought parents!
  5. This was extremely helpful, THANK YOU!!
  6. I'm curious, I have similar stats to you: did you already accept your offer to Western? I'm crossing my fingers that I'll get an email really soon.
  7. Exactly what @LegalArmada said...what if you find the bed uncomfortable, or there are noises you aren't used to? You may not be as particular as I am, but I find the night before tests I need to be in my usual environment.
  8. Just saw my email. B2 3.95 LSAT 164
  9. Does anyone know if UBC sends out a snail mail offer package or if everything is electronic?
  10. As you mentioned, since you are not keen on the idea of commuting, I would realistically see how long it would take you to get to both schools and keep this in mind as well. They're both pretty good schools but I had many friends switch schools after one semester or one year because they didn't want to deal with commuting several hours in total per day.
  11. Got my email a couple hours ago! 85.5% with drops (self-calculated...85% when I emailed UBC my 12.0 scale cGPA), 164 LSAT
  12. Still waiting on the acceptance package in the mail, the letter in student centre is very basic and doesn’t mention any conditions.
  13. Just got my email a couple minutes ago! cGPA: 3.76 L2: 3.95 LSAT: 164
  14. Don't forget to look at the restrictions for what you can bring into the room (e.g. putting all your belongings in a ziploc bag, only being able to use wooden pencils....have several that are pre-sharpened and a couple blunt ones for bubbling in, leaving your phone in your car).
  15. M BAD, really was just taking a stab at it lol
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