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  1. I had looked into this last cycle and can't remember each school's specific policy but I think it's pretty standard that you may be accepted before a re-write, but you won't be rejected.
  2. There is a spot on the OLSAS application to indicate you plan to take a future test
  3. I called earlier and asked why I have Indigenous Legal Traditions but not Torts. They emailed me saying the courses are correct and the Faculty of Law website is being updated. I guess they moved Torts back to 2L??
  4. Mine is there now too as of this afternoon!
  5. Mine is still showing -500 as well. Are you near the end of the alphabet? Someone in the Facebook group mentioned registration is happening in alphabetical order.
  6. Anyone else still showing -500?
  7. Same here. I think we just have to wait until after registration on the 6th.
  8. FYI - the list has moved 9 spots since the June 28 update
  9. Tuition is due on August 15 so that will probably wean out anyone who is not hard-set on attending.
  10. If you don’t use your loc at all in first year, would you have access to 83.4k in 2L?
  11. http://www.scotiabank.com/ca/common/pdf/personal_banking/Scotiabank_SPSP_representative_English.pdf You can reach out to the representative in either city. They will email you a package/application form to start the process.
  12. If it eases your anxiety, remember that it took many reference letters for a professor to get to their position - most are happy to pay it forward.
  13. CIBC offers 100k at prime+1 with a co-signer and won’t match other banks.
  14. It was always my end goal. I applied after undergrad and didn't get in so I went to college instead. Earned money for a few years, built a resume/network, re-wrote the lsat and applied again. This mindset kind of prevented me from thinking about my job in the long-term, but it is definitely possible to have a fulfilling career as a law clerk.
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