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  1. Hi all, I've received an offer from the University of Ottawa that expires on April 1. I haven't heard back from all the schools I applied to yet and I'm beginning to get worried that I won't have all my responses by that April 1 deadline. I planned on provisionally accepting my offer to Ottawa and keeping all my other applications open, but I just noticed on OLSAS it says: "if you provisionally accept an offer, you may not be able to change it to a firm acceptance if the expiry date has passed". So basically, my question is: is there any way to keep my applications to other Ontario law schools open if I provide a firm acceptance to the University of Ottawa? Once you do provide a firm acceptance, is there any way to change your mind, back out of it, and attend a different law school? Thanks in advance.
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