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  1. RickyBubbles01

    Chances of being admitted early?

    Thanks!
  2. Just wondering if anyone has any idea how many people the U of S accepts who have only completed 2 years of undergrad. I thought I read something about it somewhere but can't seem to find any information online.
  3. RickyBubbles01

    Admission requirements

    Thank you! I think I'll give them a call
  4. RickyBubbles01

    Admission requirements

    I'm wondering if you need 60 credit hours completed (2 years of courses) in order to apply to Mcgill law or in order to attend Mcgill law. So do I need to have two years of school done before applying or by the time I plan on attending? As of right now, I'm three courses short of having completed two years of undergraduate studies. I'm wondering if I can apply right now given that I'll be done almost three years of school by the time that I would be attending. Also, I know the odds of getting admitted are crazy low for people who apply after only two years but I still want to shoot my shot now anyway.
  5. RickyBubbles01

    Chances? [B2 3.5, LSAT 160]

    I'd assume you have a pretty good chance of being admitted. Your GPA and LSAT are both above the averages for applicants and you have a solid sask connection.
  6. RickyBubbles01

    Take a look at my personal statement?

    Sure, lets swap statements.
  7. RickyBubbles01

    Chances? [B2: 4.24/4.3, LSAT: 156]

    Btw do you have a decent connection to Saskatchewan or the U of S?
  8. RickyBubbles01

    Take a look at my personal statement?

    Sure, that sounds good to me! I'll dm you.
  9. RickyBubbles01

    Take a look at my personal statement?

    Thank you! Will do!
  10. The title says it all. I'm looking for someone who can give me a little feedback on my personal statement. I think its a real piece of shit but I need a fresh pair of eyes to take a look at it. Any help would be much appreciated.
  11. RickyBubbles01

    Personal Statement????

    Thanks for the tips! I think I wrote an ok one but I'm not too sure what to think of it.
  12. RickyBubbles01

    Personal Statement????

    I'm trying to write my personal statement for U of S right now and I have no idea what to write about. Any tips or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
  13. RickyBubbles01

    Chances? [B2: 4.24/4.3, LSAT: 156]

    Just based off the medians, I think you'd have a pretty decent chance. Idk though.
  14. RickyBubbles01

    Logical Reasoning Help

    I scored a 167 in September which was 6 points below my PT average. I started out with a 148, going about -10 per LR section, on a cold diagnostic about a year before I wrote the test. What worked the best for me for LR was the LSAT trainer, LOTS of preptests, and blind reviewing. I read through the LSAT trainer thoroughly and then drilled sections until my eyes bled. Always review your sections before checking the answers and work through why each answer is wrong and why your choice is right. I went from a -10 on LR to between -2 or -0 on LR consistently with this method.
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