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  1. I'm in the same boat as you, Scotia PSLOC going into 1L. I've sent them my offer of admissions which was good enough to set up almost everything (the actual accounts, credit cards, etc.), however my rep said they require proof of actual enrollment in classes for the funds to be available. I'm not worrying about this right now since I believe we'll get our schedule on the first day of class and first term tuition isn't due until September 30. I was told that as soon as I provide proof of enrollment in classes the money would be released immediately.
  2. Assuming you apply in the regular category because you don't have a valid medical/personal reason to account for the low gpa, your chances are pretty slim. Your LSAT would need to be significantly higher to even make it to the waitlist.
  3. Waitlisted today for the English common law program, I'll probably take myself off the waitlist since I firmly accepted at another school a long time ago. cGPA: 3.57 L2: 3.61 LSAT: 162
  4. If you have the time and the means available, rewriting the LSAT and getting a 160+ should make you a lock for UBC as well. As it is you've got a good chance there.
  5. Another Scotiabank LOC user, I was approved last week and will be opening accounts this week, albeit for UVic and not for UBC. Your experience may vary depending on the rep, but I got a great package and the entire process consisted of a couple phone conversations, a 1-page application form, and a few emailed documents.
  6. Just my two cents on this, others might feel different. First of all, if you commit yourself over these next two months for the September LSAT there's absolutely no reason why you can't get a 160 or higher. The diagnostic is actually a terrible indicator of a potential future score (personally my actual score ended up being 14 points higher than my timed diagnostic after a month of study), however it is important to get a sense of the time limits and which areas you should focus on like you said. The understanding of time constraints is important, and also why I think taking another diagnostic, this time properly timed, would not be a waste of your time. Perhaps it won't be as effective since it won't be a true first experience, but I still think you'll benefit in the long run.
  7. @kaleisthenewspinach No jokes I have the exact same index score as you, 882.50, as calculated by the admissions office themselves. I also got in off the waitlist this year and accepted my offer. So unlike what you just read it was competitive this year, however things change on a year-to-year basis. If you're confident in your ECs and you think you can write a good personal statement, both of which matter if your index isn't in auto-admit territory, then you absolutely have a shot. If that's not the case I would tell you to look at a rewrite. UVic takes your best score anyway so there's no harm in trying.
  8. UBC, UVic, Dalhousie, and every school in Ontario except Lakehead. Both BC schools didn't require a reference letter from me. As for the other schools I was fortunate enough to have multiple people willing to write references. I only had one professor that had to write one twice, which was for Dal and OLSAS.
  9. Not right away, the transcripts that included my official convocation were still on the way and needed to be received. Regardless it might take a day or so to get the email.
  10. Can any upper year students tell me if orientation usually includes any events or activities on the weekend? I have an important family event on the Saturday night the first week of school that I will have to travel back home for, but I also really don't want to miss any crucial orientation activities. Thanks in advance!
  11. Yep, there's a confirmation email that includes all the information given to people who were admitted earlier, plus adds you to a mailing list.
  12. Update: I emailed Dailene for their official calculation, and it turns out I miscalculated 🤷‍♂️. Good thing I'm going into law, not math. My GPA is actually 3.66 with drops, with an index of 882.50
  13. Whoops, completely forgot in the excitement cGPA: 3.75/4.33 (self-calculated with drops) LSAT: 162
  14. In off the waitlist as well! I was #7, so some definite movement happening. They've given me till June 17th to decide and will most likely be accepting, pending an unlikely admittance from Osgoode where I'm currently on the waitlist.
  15. For anyone accepted recently, is there a deadline to accept? Just found out my waitlist position and I'm a little antsy right now
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