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Prospero last won the day on March 19 2018

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  1. Law school is really hard. Really really hard. If you didn't like school during your initial BA or your "renaissance", then it is highly unlikely you will enjoy it now.
  2. If you are applying in your fourth year, they will look at your first three years; you will have to submit your 4th semester fall grades after you have applied but you may get in before they have a chance to look at them. And even if they do look at 4th year fall grades, it's not nearly as determinative as your first 3 years. If you have already graduated and all your grades from all four years are already in, they rely on your B3. If your cGPA is trash compared to your B3 you'll have a rougher time of things presumably but for all intents and purposes it's a B3 calculation.
  3. mid March if I remember from last year
  4. Great improvement, congratulations!
  5. Honestly I haven't met anyone "pompous" at UofT. Nor have I seen the "super competitive, textbook-page-ripping" activity that people like to attach to UofT. If anything it is much less like that since our placement rates are the highest in the province, so the stress is somewhat lower.
  6. I recommend reading a lot of books. Make yourself read them. It will help prepare you for law school, when you have to read, but might not want to. Also, if you have any bad habits, kick them. Now.
  7. First write, 155. Second write, 161. Third write, 170.
  8. Very strange. Maybe call the schools and ask about the status of your application. I had errors in my PS too (worse than yours) and it did not affect me negatively anywhere.
  9. No way. Especially at UofT. I do, however, regret not better preparing myself for the immense amount of work it requires. I have bad habits I still need to rid myself of.
  10. Quite the LSAT jump. Congratulations!
  11. A+ = 4.0 A = 3.9 A- = 3.7 B+ = 3.3 B = 3.0 B- = 2.7 I had a 3.64 at my US undergrad and OLSAS converted it to a 3.62.
  12. You will get in. I was admitted with my 3.62/170 last year. Don't worry.
  13. I would seriously advise against going to Lakehead if these are your interests.
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