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  1. Hey, i'm in Edmonton and I'm interested in buying these
  2. Darn, thats so unfortunate. I am also a Paralegal and your stats are better than mine.
  3. How many of you (what school, stats) have been accepted after 3 years of Undergrad? I live in Edmonton and know my chances for the U of A are slim to absolutely nothing for early admission. Depending on my LSAT score I may be banking on hollistic review/U of C and I do plan on completing my degree. I take a full spring and summer term and I am on track to finish early anyways but I am just curious to know about acceptance without the 4th year.
  4. Hey guys, I'm a Paralegal in Alberta and still in the middle of my undergrad but I want to start studying for my LSAT as early as possible. Where do I start? I know there are tons of threads on here but I'm not sure how to approach a long term study plan. I plan to write in September 2019 or early 2020. I have taken two real scenario mock LSAT's at the university so far and all I know is that a) I need to improve on my timing, badly. and b) what the hell are the logistic games? I really need to nail my LSAT since I work full time in my undergrad and I don't think I'll end up with more than a 3.7 GPA. I have received mixed reviews regarding in person classes and they are quite pricey. I currently have a couple LSAT books and plan to purchase as many practice exams as I can. Any suggestions on tutors?
  5. This is very interesting thank you! I wish he gave an update. Lol
  6. Good to know! Was just wondering if practicing as a paralegal and knowing how to brief cases, and other duties would aid in law school or not. Thank you.
  7. I’m open to the UK as well, I just just wondering in general. Thank you very much!
  8. Okay I’ll pose a new topic: my original idea was to take my paralegal diploma, and get into a law office, finish my bachelor degree ( I can transfer directly so both will only take 4 years total) and continue on to law from there. Will my paralegal experience help me with law school? The main reason I wanted to take it is for the relevant experience, potentially having a firm to come back to after school and the upper hand attending law school. (In Canada)
  9. Oh sorry, I thought you were referring to getting in earlier. Yes I’m in my first year, so 3 1/2 more years.
  10. I’d love to have the grades to only need to do three years. I haven’t checked in awhile but I’m fairly certain I’ll have to wait 4, I don’t know of anyone getting in after 3 years even with a 90% average.
  11. They run on a trimester system so it will be 3 years. But definitely. Thanks
  12. It’s not the schooling that bothers me, it’s the time frame. I’m a mature student and I took time off (no ones fault but mine), and I don’t want to wait that long. I don’t care where I practice law, in Australia they give you a two year working visa and a firm can sponsor you form there. I just know that I’m interested in it, and if I end up in a paralegal role because law abroad is a bad idea, I’ll just have to be okay with that.
  13. Thank you so much everyone! I do understand the hard ships, and I do understand that I have to prep for those exams. It’s definetly a lot harder and a lot more expensive. In all honesty, I may as well just get my paralegal diploma and call is a day lol. I don’t think I can make it through 7 years of schooling. I appreciate all of your feedback! I tried the search function but there’s a lot of content and limited categories.
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