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  1. How accurate is the u of t scholarship calculator that shows 12k grant for low income students?
  2. Hey guys! Does someone needs to highlight his journey from finishing his undergraduate degree from a normal 4 to 2.5 years? Thanks! UofT Canadian specialist studies and double minor in international relations and political science. CGPA:4.0 B3: 4.0
  3. Perhaps google would be your best bet for your answers!
  4. Unfortunately, college diploma is irrelevant. Yes, you must obtain a minimum of bachelor's university degree to be eligible to apply to a Canadian or U.S. law school.
  5. i thought the January 2019 is a non-disclosed exam?
  6. Btw, please be aware that the march LSAT is non-disclosure. Apparently, some people who have taken the January 2019 lsat overlooked the fact that it's a non-disclosed exam 😑😶
  7. Good job on the 170 score! When did you take your last ?
  8. Hey guys! Theoretically, when i accept u of t law school, will that negatively affect my chances with other US law schools? I am assuming that lsac and olsas are two different systems and that they wouldn't see my Canadian law school applications and vice versa. My strategy would be to accept u of t as my safety net, but ultimately, I would like to get in at one of the top 4 law schools in the US. I appreciate your input in advance !
  9. If it's not available, then it's not available. Trust the lsac website.
  10. You know your learning ability and style that relates to your timeframe. Thus, you're the only one who could answer your question. That said, I studied the LSAT while taking 6 courses at u of t and I was able to manage everything. Again, learning and time frame is different for everyone. Good luck!
  11. Your age won't matter at all! Don't be anxious.
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