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  1. AutumnBleed

    Fuzzy on stat calculation

    I stated that prior. Your cGPA, L2, and B2 will be calculated by OLSAS that all law schools you apply to will receive/be given.
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    Fuzzy on stat calculation

    In terms of calculation, your school's GPA will be aggregated to an OLSAS's GPA. This is to create a standardized OLSAS GPA, which usually is lower than your schools cGPA. Please refer to this link. With this standardized GPA, you also get - surprise surprise - a standardized B2/L2 that each school will refer to. You can refer to Ryn's Law School Application Assistant (Calculator and Admission Predictor). If you input your grades, it'll spit out your OLSAS cGPA, L2, and B2 that all law schools you apply to will receive. The numbers you get on Ryn's calculator is only an approximation, for most it's spot on with very little deviation to the actual OLSAS calculation that will happen when you actually apply to law schools.
  3. Not familiar with this years cycle/schedule of tests. But, I do know that not all test centers provide room for each LSAT. For example, I know that UofT St. George was not available for the 2018 June LSAT - but, it was available for the 2018 September LSAT. I believe that LSAC does have an accurate page as to each test center and for what test they facilitate, which you can find here.
  4. AutumnBleed

    Rewriting in July.. enough time?

    If you wrote it prior and got a 156, you know how much time you put into studying to get that (I'm hoping you had a diagnostic cold test score to see how much you jumped). Use that to gauge whether the new timeline you have in mind is enough. It also depends on what you used to study last time, everyone is different. I personally found the LSAT trainer by Mike Kim and 7sage videos to help a lot. But, YMMV 🤷‍♂️ Good luck!
  5. Take a diagnostic test on the weekend, like timed and everything (use an LSAT Proctor, on YouTube + 7sage). Grab any self-LSAT study book, doesn't really matter which one, but I personally enjoyed The LSAT Trainer by Mike Kim as it also came with a variable schedule. Go through a chapter per weekend (each chapter is pretty short, cap it at like 1.5hrs max per weekend).
  6. AutumnBleed

    When Do Rejections Go Out 2019?

    I fail to understand why people are commenting on this thread if they do not have information pertaining to OP's question. They simply asked when rejections go out. If you have the answer, give it. If you don't, why are you commenting and bringing up trivial things like their acceptance to Ottawa?
  7. AutumnBleed

    When Do Rejections Go Out 2019?

    According to UofT Law, the third wave will be in March and will send out refusals, acceptances, and waitlists. As for the rest, not too sure. I'm going to simply assume a similar timeline, if not later - say April.
  8. AutumnBleed

    Advice on what to do? Accept or re-apply?

    ^ There's no point in wasting a year if you have an acceptance to Lakehead Law. It's not like you need to firm accept right now, so just be patient to see what the luck of the draw gets you - and then if anything, get started on that JD.
  9. AutumnBleed

    OLSAS Verifier for Scholarships

    It depends on the Law schools you are applying to. I know for a fact Ottawa Law wants you to put a verifier for scholarships that are not listed on your transcript just in case, and they explicitly stated it won't negatively impact your application for being cautious in providing extra information.
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