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  1. Lol I hope you didn't listen to these NARPs and asked to go to the parade
  2. People are like "wow u can read" to which I reply "no I just listen to true crime podcasts and tell my professors I'm too gassy to write exams" All legume law student diet is famous don't ask
  3. See Moltke's classification of officers and do what you will with it. 😉
  4. I was accepted two weeks ago, and this weekend I've decided I will definitely accept. I have been a long time lurker of this forum and I figure I'll add my info to this thread. I had a GPA of 3.91 on a 4.3 scale and I think it was the equivalent of about 3.86 on a 4.0 scale when I did the conversion. I did not write the LSAT. MA. I was accepted just a few days after my French interview. I'm really looking forward to this experience. I keep thinking about how many interesting and intelligent people I'll have the privilege to share a classroom with...
  5. thank you so much for your response! I'm just about finished getting it ready
  6. I'm curious as to what the forum thinks my chances may be of getting into McGill law. I do not plan on writing the LSAT, because I am only interested in applying to McGill due to its BCL/LLB + bilingualism + strength/specialization in international law + living in Montreal. My GPA is 3.91 on a 4.3 scale and I believe it equates to 3.85 or something when my transcripts are converted to a 4.0 scale. I have strong softs such as a lot of extracurricular experience, I have a Masters degree in IR from a university in Belgium where I graduated with distinction. I speak Spanish, Russian, and my French is at an intermediate level - b2 but I'm aiming (hoping) to be able to get c1 by the summer. I have a decent CV (parliament, research, starting in the public service), and I have decent writing/editing exp. I've also traveled a lot, lived in several countries. Do you think I'm foolish for not writing the LSAT? I am just going to be busy with work and I'd prefer to take on more work/practice french/pursue my interests rather than spend time studying for the LSAT. But perhaps I should reorient my priorities if many of you suggest that getting into McGill might be too difficult for me or too much of a gamble w/o a strong LSAT score. Thanks and I do appreciate any responses, I don't care if they're harsh.
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