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  1. Looks like it might be a long wait. They came out June 1 last year:
  2. I regret the timing. I'm only in 1L but I feel like I would have enjoyed law school more and got involved in more extracurricular activities if I took another 1-2 years off to work and travel. There are so many cool things I want to be involved in but I'm too burned out at the moment.
  3. If you want to be sure, you can email them. It showed up on OASIS after a very long time for me last year.
  4. Thanks for doing this! So.. students on the admissions committee have access to personal statements with names? Do you remember any of this information when you meet people in person? How many applications do you read?
  5. Are your PT scores within the range you hope to get? Don't take the test if your PT scores are bad. It's normal to do even worse on the real thing because of nerves.
  6. Just wanted to make sure I'm not missing anything... are any assignments due during orientation or the first week of class? & did any course outlines get released yet?
  7. You can email Vicky to get a transcript of the Q&A.
  8. Nope, haven't looked into it that much. Sorry! I assumed the forwarding would be removed automatically closer to August.
  9. I think the emails get forwarded to your other email address (from OLSAS). It showed up in my spam folder.
  10. I think the difference between STEM and non-STEM courses lies in some of the expectations of first-year students. In my experience, what made my science/math courses so challenging was that the professors expected that student truly understood concepts from high school. The tests reflected that through ridiculous questions that you couldn't prepare for by simply doing the homework/readings and listening to lectures. It's very unforgiving as well. You're out of luck if you didn't understand a previous concept well or forgot a few things from high school. It's tough to start university or take upper-year courses feeling like you're missing some crucial information. I never felt this way in my other classes (especially in first year). They started with the basics and assumed that students knew nothing about the subject. It was really easy to get caught up as well.
  11. Can I wait until after my degree is conferred (i.e. graduation) to send my updated transcript? I have no idea where to find this information...
  12. You can find the current schedules here: https://ozdomapp1.osgoode.yorku.ca/myosgoode.nsf/jdschedules.xsp
  13. Looks like it's confirmed that incoming students will need to complete at least one course in Indigenous and Aboriginal Law to graduate: https://www.osgoode.yorku.ca/media_releases/osgoode-hall-law-school-adopts-new-indigenous-and-aboriginal-law-requirement-a-genuine-watershed-moment-says-dean/ I'm just curious about what type of courses fulfill this requirement? Osgoode doesn't seem to offer that many Indigenous and Aboriginal Law classes? Would it make sense to use the perspective option to fulfill this or an upper year class?
  14. Sometimes, I think of the posters on this forum as vultures... waiting for a poster with the right amount of vulnerability, naivety, and arrogance.
  15. LSAT trainer- Provides a good overview, but I found that I needed other books to explain some of the sections in more detail (e.g. logic games). Powerscore- only bought the logic games bible and it was AMAZING Manhattan Prep- only had the logical reasoning book. I thought it was really helpful and detailed, but didn't see much improvement in my LR scores. 7Sage- only used their free videos for logic games explanations. Their course is probably useful...
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