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  1. In 100%. I got in in January with lower stats.
  2. It wasnt exceptionally high. Olsas -3.61 u of a/dal scale was 3.9/4
  3. Osgoode, Queens, Western, Sask, TRU, AB, Dal
  4. You also need a cosigner for a LOC if you study in the UK.
  5. Yes they will just go back into the next semester. I had a similar situation. I cant recall 100%, but I think UofC went back 1 full semester, but I believe U of A may go back and also use the full previous year.
  6. If you have accommodations you can get time and a half which would increase total testing time
  7. Ive lived in Victoria the las 7 years and also did my undergrad at UVIC. Esquimalt is definitely not too far. I actually lived out in Langford on Bear Mountain golf course. You can find cheaper, newer places in Langford if you dont mind the commute. Only practical if you drive though. Victoria is very bike friendly, seems to be I see a new bike lane every time I am out. I can make it to the campus from langford in just over 20 mins with no traffic. Esquimalt is no problem. You can also PM me with any other questions
  8. Ill be withdrawing, so a spot will open up soon
  9. Hello, I just decided today on Dalhousie and was thinking of coming out (from BC) on August 1 to start apartment hunting. Will it be pretty tough to find a rental this late in the summer? Should I aim to come out in the next few days instead? I am flexible with regard to how far I live from campus and do not mind a commute at all as I will have a vehicle.
  10. Some schools (UBC,UVIC, U of A) you dont need LOR's at all
  11. 185 on waitlist. Way too high for an offer?
  12. For me, it was solely income. They asked me to provide notice of assessments from the last 2 years. I did not have to provide bank statements. It was at the discretion of the UVIC admissions lady to approve/reject it. UVIC automatically waved there application fee with this form. . I believe for getting admission fees waived for other schools you have to contact them directly to inquire. I diddnt know at the time, but after I paid for all my applications last fall I noticed on a few of the schools websites that you can contact them to have the application fee waived. This may be unrelated to the LSAC fee waiver, but i imagine getting approved for the LSAC fee waiver would bolster your request to have application fees waived. You can definitely have fees waived for a few of the Ontario schools. U of T does it automatically when you apply on OLSAS.
  13. You should be good. I believe mine only took about a week.
  14. Yes, you can do it as a canadian student. I just had to bring the form into the nearest law school which was UVIC for me and have it verified.
  15. @roozieIm surprised you were waitlisted with your stats.
  16. I got in with 3.61 CGPA LSATS: 155,156
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