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  1. You're planning on taking 35 courses over two years of undergrad with a transfer on top of that? Don't do that to yourself.
  2. July is ideal for you because it's the only time that LSAC will allow you to cancel your score after you receive it. You'll also get a free retake, so there's no reason not to take it.
  3. This post is quite old now, but it has some useful information about class composition and yield rate within the discretionary category. Obviously, these statistics have no bearing on this year's entering class, but it's the best information we have.
  4. Yeah, take a trip out to Irvine before you commit to spending $120K and three years of your life there. You'll also need a car to get around Irvine and the rest of Orange County.
  5. Have you ever been to Irvine before? It's an incredibly sleepy place and basically the polar opposite of NYC in terms of lifestyle. You'll see everything there is to do in the city in your first hour there.
  6. A proper studio apartment in Vancouver will still cost around $1600+. Availability has increased, but prices haven't gone down.
  7. Yeah, there's an Anytime Fitness right on the 84 route near Olympic Village Station.
  8. Wow, I'm glad that you had a much better cycle this time around! Good luck to everyone on the waitlist.
  9. I think OP wants to know what to do before 1L, not what to do as a result of 1L.
  10. If you want to attend UBC, you should be aware of the impact that SFU's grading system could have on your chances of admission at UBC. On some occasions, the combination of SFU's unusually high percentage grade thresholds and UBC's GPA conversion system can really hurt otherwise excellent applicants. You won't be able to predict that impact with any real certainty right now, but do look into it if you decide to attend SFU.
  11. Wow, that's bonkers. I think that's the lowest UBC waitlist position I've seen on these forums (not saying anything about your application, I'm just surprised that they have that many people on the waitlist). Looks like they got a pile of strong November / January LSAT applications in, or maybe a lot of people who got in during the first few waves accepted their offers.
  12. It's seen as a good school in BC, and quite frankly, no one cares about your undergraduate school's "reputation". If you tell someone that you attend UBC, for instance, they'll think about it for a millisecond and move on with their day.
  13. Where are you getting this information from? I'm from BC and haven't heard anyone talk about TRU that way.
  14. It depends on how big your score drops are, but I would consider postponing. If you've just started practicing timed sections now and the actual exam is only a month away, you're probably not giving yourself enough time to fully prepare for the time constraints and feel comfortable under that time pressure on test day.
  15. ...like the Meredith Palmer Memorial Celebrity Rabies Awareness Pro-Am Fun Run Race For The Cure?
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