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  1. Jeez, thanks for the obvious! Totally my fault for not seeing that
  2. Hi, I have seen that the UofT website provides some PS sample. I was wondering if there are any samples for the optional essay? Thanks in advance!
  3. Is there a minimum/maximum number of courses/credits that you must take per semester? In how many years can you graduate (say, can you do it in 4 years instead of 3)?
  4. I think there is a lifetime limit and a yearly limit on how many LSATs you can take.
  5. Yeah, listened, it is -7 on average for a 170, and in my case, because of my sections it was -9 for a 170. So, most likely I had to miss around 12 for a 165.
  6. Thanks for your answer @lchigo! But I think that number of errors is for a complete LSAT exam not for an LSAT FLEX. I do not think I made 15 mistakes on my LSAT Flex or did I ...
  7. Do you indicate on your application that you have taken the LSAT already but that you are retaking (and therefore they should also consider your new score)? Or will they do that automatically each time they are considering your application? How does this exactly work?
  8. Just curious, I wonder how many mistakes I did in the RC section (with my luck, I got a tough one in my weakest section), because most likely I did not make mistakes in the other sections (well, maybe 1, max 2). So, for 165, on average, how many mistakes in total for the entire test? (of course the results are curved so an exact answer is impossible, but if anybody has a guestimate ...) Thanks a bunch!
  9. Hi, I was browsing UofT admission package and I have seen that they require a PS (like other law schools also do), but one can also write an essay (which is optional). I am a little confused, what is the difference between the two, what would one include and what would the other? Appreciate it!
  10. For the August LSAT, it is Friday, September 18, 2020 (but only if you wrote your LSAT writing).
  11. There was somebody who said they scheduled their exam in a hotel room at 10 a.m and then a wedding party started at 11 ... So be careful, might be worse than dogs and cats
  12. +1. I had a ton of issues with Safari (which otherwise is my browser of choice) so I had to use Chrome.
  13. 3 sections back to back. My guess is that they are trying to eliminate the need for a bathroom break, which, in their view, might increase the chance of cheating.
  14. You can download the proctorU Chrome extension ahead of time. Actually it is a good idea to check your setup (browser - camera -mic -connection - computer) ahead of time and receive a green light that it is OK. https://support.proctoru.com/hc/en-us/articles/115011772748-Equipment-Requirements
  15. Thanks! Yeah, glitch on their side, all good now after contacting their help line ...
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