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SlickRick

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  1. I'm also waiting on the November score but mine doesn't say incomplete. Perhaps call them.
  2. Nothing substantial, work at a law firm, played sports recreationally in undergrad.
  3. I think I may be referred, but am not sure if it's attributed to the website change. Status reads, "Referred for Review" In any event, stats are: cGPA: 3.62 LSAT: 154/waiting on November LSAT mark
  4. Prior to the website change my status was pending or whatever, but now it says what I mentioned above, I'm not sure if I can attribute it to the website change or if my application is actually under review. I may call tomorrow to see. But indeed, fingies crossed!
  5. What's the status of your applications, if you don't mind me asking? I, too, now have an active application but my status says "Referred for Review." Same for you guys?
  6. I was able to login like you guys above who changed your passwords, but, this 1998-looking website says I do not have an active application. Anyone else?
  7. Look, I get it, but do not let it impact you this early. Irrespective of your stats, just take it day-by-day. I was on a waitlist until September and didn't get in. At that point, pulling your hair out is more reasonable. The cycle hasn't even started yet. Remain optimistic and maybe do yourself a favour and check each portal once a day to temper anxiety. Multiple checks make it worse, at least it did for me. Good luck!
  8. Better to be surprised than disappointed, perhaps.
  9. That's rough. I had a similar situation at Ottawa last year. Good luck m8.
  10. There likely isn't, I just find it odd that the change from the past cycle to this one is so different. Like I said in my original post, heed Ryn's advice and don't get your hopes up either way.
  11. I also applied last cycle but got rejected, my file didn't go into queue until pretty deep into the cycle, probably around March at least I'd say. Odd to me that it's in queue now, especially considering I've indicated that I am rewriting.
  12. 3.62 cGPA, 3.70 B2/L2. 148, 154 LSAT. Second time applying. Although to be fair, I suppose I could have just been put into the auto-decline pile that @Ryn described? Though, I think that would be a bit premature because I am rewriting this Saturday.
  13. I went into queue on the 13th and let me be frank, my stats do not warrant a December (November?) admission. I hope I'm wrong, but just heed Ryn's advice. Congratulations to those that have been accepted already. Word of advice, do not let the "waiting game" affect you now, cycles can last a long, long time.
  14. You'll need to convert your cGPA to the 4.0 scale.
  15. I haven't read any of the replies yet so I may be regurgitating what other people say. However, Windsor would still be a fine choice. It may not be your first choice, but I wouldn't dismiss admission there the way you seem to be doing. I have a much better GPA than you and a better LSAT and got rejected from them last year. You'll find on this forum that there is a difference of opinion at what schools are "better" and how that is quantified. Overwhelmingly, though, the opinion on the Dual is that the juice isn't worth the squeeze. Make of that what you will and do your own research on the Dual. If Osgoode is your dream school, you'll need a much, much higher LSAT to compensate for your GPA. Best of luck.
  16. It is difficult, at least for me, to correctly get all of the homework completed from September to November. There are people who don't work a job at all and are still having difficulty keeping up. Mind you, he stresses quality over quantity. With that said, there would absolutely be sufficient time from September to the January write. Point being, the class I'm in is geared toward a November write but if you cannot commit the time in that short window, I'd still recommend taking the course and just write at a later date. Which you seem to be doing anyway.
  17. Maybe I'm reading it incorrectly but I'm not understanding your question. In any event, there's probably close to 1000 pages of how-to and drilling. Plus there is an online portion to each module, there are 25 modules. You take a diagnostic with them before the class starts, then some Saturday's there is a full, 5 section proctored test with them at 9am and it eventually it comes to doing one with them every Saturday until the real test. If you're going to spend the money and take the plunge, make sure you're ready for all of the homework. It has been difficult to do while working full time but has been worth it.
  18. I'm currently in the class so I can get back to you on that. They have analytics on their website, for those students who take every practice test that they proctor (there are 6) the average score increase from diagnostic is 14.8, but overall the average is 12.2.
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