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  1. Tuition difference is negligible. I dont have any connections to BC. However, Calgary would be my end goal.
  2. I am currently choosing between 2. I am hoping to work for big law in Calgary or Vancouver. I am wondering where, if need be, is more likely to be advantageous in terms of my goal? Thanks in advance
  3. Do I apply with Alberta student loan even if I'm going to BC?
  4. It's probably a rejection letter for me. I have not heard since I have applied. 3.95 151 Considering that acceptance and waitlists are trickling in.
  5. I am still waiting. I am losing hope as well. My stats: cGPA 3.72 B2 3.95 LSAT 151 (2nd take) Decent LOR and EC Applied as discretionary
  6. Watched but not enough that I can say I understand it completely.
  7. How do they decide who gets in off the waitlist when a spot becomes available if they are not ranked?
  8. Do people actually get accepted through the waitlist?
  9. Waitlisted L2: 3.95~ Lsat 144 151 Accepted at TRU; hoping for U of A though.. looking at this, I would be one of the last to be contacted from the waitlist Goodluck everyone
  10. Is the class of 2022 Facebook group up?
  11. Is it going to be difficult to obtain employment in the big law firms of Vancouver or Calgary If I graduate from TRU?
  12. Some insight would be great as I have lived in Calgary for a long time now.
  13. You're right, the second time I took the lsat I studied for 31 days, fully
  14. Would you say, that my chances in U of A is close to slim even at their holistic admissions? Rose from Dal has emailed me as well that although my LSAT is not within their competitive range, my GPA is competitive and my circumstances will allow me to participate in their interview process.
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