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  1. Thanks, I think I am leaning towards Beltline, found a nice place!
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    London Internet Providers?

    Rogers for their exceptional customer service and low wait times!
  3. Can someone please comment on the differences between living in Kensington and living in Mission. I was told those are two great areas to live for law students. I also will have my own vehicle so transit is not an issue. Just want a lively place that's a good area for students. Any comments and tips on the differences between Mission and Kensington would be greatly appreciated! Specific apartment buildings too!
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    Ask an Upper Year!

    Can someone please comment on the differences between living in Kensington and living in Mission. I was told those are the best two areas to live for law students. I also will have my own vehicle so transit is not an issue. Just want a lively place that's a good area for students. Any comments and tips on the differences between Mission and Kensington would be greatly appreciated!
  5. What was your B2?
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    Chances with Low CGPA

    Chances? Cgpa 3.03 L2:3.81 Lsat: 162
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    Windsor Rejected 2018

    Rejected Today. 162. Cgpa: 3.03. L2 & B2: 3.81.
  8. No he doesn't, go to Australia, not everyone here has to aim to become a Bay Street Lawyer, I am sure he has the moral integrity to represent people and study law more effectively. Why does everyone crush everyone's dreams on these forums, I really don't get it. You can say you're being realistic and just looking out for this guy, but from the message the guy really had his hopes set on Law and like sure not everyone who hopes, gets everything they want in life. But he doesn't have to choose another field. You can go to Australia, take a year to convert your Australian law degree to Canadian and that's that. I know of a couple of people who took that route. It is much more expensive. But I'm sure you will make a great lawyer if you dedicate yourself to improving upon your studies, which I believe you intend do. Past performance is not indicative of future success, no matter what all these regular guys continuously post. Shout out you know who you are. Although, you will have to study a lot for the LSAT and gain a much better score. Gonna take a lot of work, but doesn't mean you have to give up on your dream.
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    Low Odds, What Should I Do? (2.98)

    I should have included a laughing face my comment was not at all hostile more like a fun add-on, like someone yelling "AYOOOOO" and yea definitely glad I didn't have to do that.
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    Low Odds, What Should I Do? (2.98)

    also got into law school AYOOOOOOOOO
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    Low Odds, What Should I Do? (2.98)

    Calgary
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    Low Odds, What Should I Do? (2.98)

    I had a 2.84 cgpa. 3.73 L2. I have been accepted to one school so far and yet to be rejected, so definitely possible if you get the grades you need over 5th year. If that's not good enough try and see if your program has an honours program, which you might qualify for, then you could potentially extend your undergrad to add on a specialization for your degree so that you can improve upon your gpa. That's what I did. Enrolled into the honours program so I could actually take an extra year that would count towards gpa, rather than a separate masters which generally means much less as a component for schools.
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    Low Odds, What Should I Do? (2.98)

    what is your L2/B2 gpa right now?
  14. I had a 2.84 gpa, I returned to university and took a full course load + an extra 0.5 credit. When I applied with a 2.84 I got rejected from every school I applied to. But now after maintaining a 3.9 for this year. I got into Calgary Law and have yet to receive any rejections because they are waiting for my current second semester grades. So just because you take an extra year and start in 2018 September, you can still apply and wait and see if you will get in after your grades are submitted by professors in May. There may be a smaller chance of acceptance because of rolling admissions but that doesn't mean that you have to waste a year. I didn't get in and decided to go back to university for a year. Not ideal. But you have to do what it takes, because there are people on these forums who did not mess up their first years of schools and that's the nature of life. it is competitive. I would say your only option is to go back and improve on your GPA if that option is available to you.
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