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  1. Hello everyone; First to introduce myself, I have graduated from York Univeristy graduate of Honors double major criminology and psycholoy In June 2018. I am currently trying to enrol into law schools in Ontario by Fall 2019. However, the deadline is around the corner for many (November 1) - My GPA for the last two years aren’t so well ( I did Better the first 2 years), the overall is around a 2.7-3 (I am still waiting for the rest of my grades to be finalized) - I still have not yet started studying for my LSATA or have went through Olsas. However, I will be doing all of that today and also scheduling my lsat exam for November 17 and then I Will also be doing the January one. I have multiple questions regarding admissions to law schools and LSATS, to all those whom are applying or have applied or are in law school. Questions in regards to Lawschools in Ontario, I know there aren’t any “easier” law schools, however there are some that are more lenient then others .. My question is - If you can mention any law schools that are “more lenient” than the others in Ontario and in Canada; mainly with consideration of my overall GPA and lSAT scores, which I know are extremely important for the acceptance of all law schools. - As I mention above, my overall GPA isn’t high, and with only limited amount of studying for the LSATS, I won’t gurentee a high grade in that as well - so my question is: What can I add specifically add (other then personal statement, reference and employment letters ) to make my law school application stand out? - What types of volenteering service, community service, extra curricular actifioties did you students/lawyers do? I need some help with this so I can add that on to my resume - Other then 1 acedemic reference letter I already have, whom else would be significant and important referee I can use to write my second non acedmic letter of recommendation? Because as I was reading; some law schools don’t even read some of the reference letters because they are insignificant. - How did you start writing your personal statement? - How did you edit your personal statement and make sure it is spactacular? - Lawyers and students, please if you can mention any websites, editors, professionals, law students, smart professors or students - WHOM ARE WILLING TO HELP with editing my personal statement and to build my law school application to the best of its ability TO PLEASE contact me/ message me/ comment below - *** As I will PAY for any services offered, as long as they are genuine and correct. i have done a lot of research, but I am coming to you all because you are real life individuals whom are experiencing this the same way as I am, so I know there are many great editors, professional, websites, whom are amazing and some are unheard of or are better then the others.. so please if you are willing to help a girl out, that would be great. Because honestly the struggle is real, and I need real honest individuals whom aren’t in competition with everyone but want everyone to succeed. I the type of person that will help anyone out to the best of my ability and give them whatever advise I have, so to those people who can relate and are similar, to please contact me! LSAT QUESTIONS - Is ONE month enough to study for the lsats? As I work two jobs, studying for my lsats, and exams that I had left from the current strike at york, etc..) I won’t have time until October to start studying for it. - What lsat prep books? Which one is the best? - Dd you use online study ? Which websites? Best one? - Did you use online prep tests? Which ones are the best? Where can I find them? - Lut of all those three listed on ways to study for the lsats, which way did you find the most effiecnt and helped you a lot with the lsats and has similar questions to the lsat exam ?? - if you have any tips and advice on how to properly study for the LSAT or Have good tip notes - please contact me! Thank you you so much And my apologizes for the long letter.
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