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  1. Waitlisted Applied Discretionary, Ontario resident LSAT - 150 L2/B2 - 3.56 Great references/ ECs (community involvement + 3+ years as a corporate legal assistant) Will be declining if accepted. Just posting so others on the waitlist have a better idea of numbers. Best of luck to you guys!
  2. Never in a million years did I think I'd actually be writing this.... it doesn't feel real... somebody pinch me Accepted today via Uozone Access cGPA: 3.02 L2 3.56 LSAT: 150 Great ECs (3+ years experience working as a legal assistant at a downtown Toronto law firm, multiple sports teams, 7+ years working for the City of Toronto Parks & Recreation) Will be accepting this is my second cycle applying, don't lose hope!
  3. I got waitlisted this year and I was waitlisted last year on March 22, 2019. Unfortunately, I played a long waiting game, and didn't get a rejection until September 3rd. The email states that there is no ranking system, so having suffered through this before, I almost expect the same disheartening outcome.
  4. If it's generic then don't specify by saying "applicants with active offers".. just leave it at "applicants".. sheesh, I don't get it
  5. LOL I JUST ASKED THE SAME QUESTION! That's hilarious. I haven't received an offer either
  6. The email says: I'm not quite sure how scholarships work, and if you're supposed to apply to them before being accepted, however, upon clicking the link in the email: https://www.ryerson.ca/law/admissions/scholarships-awards/?utm_source=Faculty+of+Law+2020+Acceptance&utm_campaign=f6e05d21bb-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_12_16_07_54_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_27a9a64eba-f6e05d21bb-200689815 It reads: Now I'm not sure why I'm being encouraged to apply for scholarships when it says "applicants with active offers of admission"? Just wondering if this was generic/ everyone got it. Not sure what to make of it. Quarantine has me even more crazy than this whole law school waiting process already does lol 🤯
  7. My email was titled "Offer of Admission" (as the re/ subject line) , which I think was extremely inappropriate and misleading considered I opened it to find a rejection. Last year it was something like "Windsor Law Application Decision" ... "Decision" would be the suitable word. Not "Offer of Admission".. so I'm just wondering if any other rejected applicants have received the same thing, or if this is something accepted applicants received?
  8. OK BUT was anyone else's rejection email titled "Offer of Admission"? That was so misleading and downright just stupid, because before fully opening it I got excited ..... RUDE. Last year it was like "Windsor Law Application Decision" or something like that... "Decision" would be the suitable word. Not "Offer of Admission".. so salty rn
  9. As you mentioned, there is no distinction on the TRU/ app tracking site. BUT, if you log into https://educationplannerbc.ca/, the site used to apply to TRU, they now provide you with a brief application summary PDF doc (unlike previous years). I signed in by going to the "apply" tab - https://apply.educationplannerbc.ca/, sign in as if you were to apply, to go "submitted applications" on the left hand side under "apply" then click "PDF" under "application summary". Page 2 of the PDF shows what you answered for things like: Program Details: CAMPUS APPLICANT CATEGORY: (this is where your special consideration status would be) WHICH OF THESE APPLICANT CATEGORIES BEST DESCRIBES YOU? SPECIAL FACTS FOR CONSIDERATION L.S.A.T.: PLEASE COMMENT ON THE CURRENT STATUS OF YOUR LSAT. LSAC ID: PLEASE PROVIDE YOUR LSAC ID NUMBER IN THE SPACE PROVIDED. REFERENCES: PLEASE PROVIDE BOTH THE NAMES OF YOUR REFEREES AS WELL AS THE DATES YOU REQUESTED THAT THEY PROVIDE US WITH A LETTER OF REFERENCE. RESUME: PLEASE SUBMIT A COPY OF YOUR CURRENT RESUME/CV. I found this useful in case you wanted to confirm/double check what you've submitted (because I know I freak out, thinking I forgot something from time to time)
  10. ALL special consideration applicants will find out by March 20? I applied on the last day (Feb 10 I believe) LOL
  11. Does anyone know how TRU looks at courses that were retaken and summer courses? I did a 5th year and retook 2 courses I did in years 1 and 2 of undergrad and did 1 other online course in the summer. All 3 of these are in my "last 20 credits" so I'm curious to know how they factor them in. Would they ignore them completely and go an additional 3 courses back? Thanks very much!
  12. 150 LSAT, 3.02 CGPA, 3.6 L2, 4 years of experience as a legal assistant in downtown Toronto
  13. The blurb from Leanne notifying you of your rejection, was it generic? Mine was an image, that said "we encourage you to reapply for admission in 2020 in which you can provide further information about relevant academic work and volunteer experience that you obtain in the interim". I don't know if I'm tripping out or if I got this because I somehow managed to forget to add my PS or something.... what did everyone else's say? I'm kind of freaking out LOL
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