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  1. This is what I got from Western: "Any undergraduate courses taken as a non-degree student would count". And the following is from Osgoode: "Certificate, college and continuing education scores do not factor into the overall GPA." Hope these help.
  2. You made it! So happy for you!
  3. Most likely yes according to Western (hope I am wrong): https://law.uwo.ca/future_students/jd_admissions/admissions_FAQ/firstyear_applicants.html When are offers of admission made?It is our practice to make offers beginning in mid-December to mid-March, after which we wait until admitted students respond to their offers (on or before April 1, the deadline set by OLSAS). After April 1, when we know how many spots are still available, additional offers are made on a smaller scale on a rolling basis until the class is filled, usually by the end of May.
  4. Competitive numbers are not necessarily translated automatic acceptance, I guess. Maybe there are more than enough people with above the competitive numbers. Thanks.
  5. Thanks a lot for doing this. I have an index above 0.81 but still haven't heard anything yet. Any idea?
  6. Thanks. You will get into somewhere with your stats.
  7. Sorry to hear that. Did you get an email notification?
  8. Sorry for your rejection from Western with 173 LSAT, OP. When did you hear that from Western? Did you consider UNB? Its application deadline is March 1st. You may have a shot there.
  9. Congratulations! Are you in general category, by the way? Thanks.
  10. Someone got in last year with B2: 3.26, LSAT 165. http://lawstudents.ca/forums/topic/46686-accepted-to-usask-2017/?page=7 So try to get a higher LSAT.
  11. Don't know much about Access category but you may have a shot at Usask in general category: https://law.usask.ca/students/becoming-a-law-student/faqs.php 11. What is a competitive LSAT score for admission? The average LSAT score for the class of September 2017 (regular category) was 158. 12. What is a competitive GPA for admission? The average GPA for the class of September 2017 (regular category) was 3.34. 15. What factors are considered in admitting applicants? The Admissions Committee carefully reviews and considers the entire contents of applicants' files. For most applicants, a formula combining the LSAT score and the best 2 years GPA will have the most significant weight. In some cases, the personal statement will be important; this is particularly true for special applicants. The nature and difficulty of applicants’ prior university course of study is also taken into account. Good luck!
  12. Canadian law schools prefer high GPA though. Congratulations on your Queen's acceptance!
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