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  1. Just tried applying and on the CRA website, it no longer includes the "Students who are planning to start post-secondary education in September 2020"? Under the eligibility criteria it says: One of the following applies to you: You are enrolled in a post-secondary program; Help with Post-secondary educational program You have ended your post-secondary studies in December 2019 or later; or You completed high school, or received your high school equivalency, in 2020 prior to the first day of the four-week eligibility period and have applied for a post-secondary program that begins before February 1, 2021. I graduated in June 2019, took a year off school/work and will be starting law school in September. Does this mean I don't qualify for the CESB? I don't want to receive the benefit and then end up having to pay it back so any help would be appreciated!
  2. Rejected! Woohooo cGPA: 3.59 B3: ~3.70 164 LSAT
  3. Just wondering if a facebook group for accepted students has been created yet. Would love to meet some of my future peers!
  4. Accepted but most likely declining. cGPA: 3.59 B2: ~3.78 LSAT: 164
  5. Can’t believe I’m posting here but accepted! 3.59 cGPA, 164 LSAT
  6. Accepted! 3.59 cGPA, 3.61 L2, 164 Graduate degree. Probably average ECs/LORs/PS.
  7. Yup! Submitted my application on the 30th.
  8. I had a feeling that was the case but it’s very reassuring to hear it from someone else, thank you!
  9. I wasn't completely sure what types of publications to include under the Research category. Until I saw this on the OUAC website (after I had already submitted my application, of course): Indicate the type of publications: Paper, abstract or presentation at a scientific meeting, etc. – accepted or published with a reference (submitted or in preparation). Anyway, the majority of the things I put under the research heading were journal articles that are submitted or in preparation. However, I also included one entry that was a report/document for an organization's strategic plans. This required some informal research but not anything very methodological/scientific. How badly will this impact my applications? I'm worried it'll show that I can't follow instructions, which is totally my fault since this is something I should've double checked before submitting. Can I do anything to remedy my situation?
  10. Did they only upload after you submitted your application?
  11. I’m a little confused and hoping someone can clarify. Doesn’t OLSAS send out transcript requests once you’ve submitted your application and paid the application fees? So you wouldn’t be able to have the transcripts on file until then?
  12. Thank you both! Fingers crossed for a successful application cycle.
  13. L2 is 3.65 B2 is ~3.8 B3 is 3.74 I have a Masters but otherwise average ECs (mostly research related) and LORs. Also haven't been able to secure a job post-graduation so I'll have a pretty big gap (~6 months) in my employment history. Would that affect my chances? Applying to Queens, Western, Oz, UofT and Ottawa.
  14. For Ontario schools, this can provide a rough estimate on the seats to applicants proportions: https://www.ouac.on.ca/statistics/law-school-application-statistics/ In 2017, it was a little over 1/3 (35%)
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