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  1. I am gonna help bump this because I have been wondering the same thing.
  2. The LSAT is (for most schools) weighed equally with your GPA. Its near impossible to predict without an LSAT score recorded.
  3. Have you been an Alberta student through highschool and/or undergrad?
  4. My LSAC account says that schools have "received requests" but there have been "0 reports sent". Are the "reports" strictly for the CAS (which I understand are not needed for Canadian schools) or does that mean schools have asked for my LSAT scores and LSAC has yet to send them?
  5. Which school is this for? If its UVic, my understanding was that they wanted a person to call to verify with
  6. Thanks for letting me know! I hope I will get the chance to take part!
  7. Dalhousie is currently one of my most desired schools for applications next year, and I was wondering what the health of the french community is in general in Halifax. I am from out west, and I have started to redevelop my french speaking but I do not want to lose it when I (hopefully) move out east. Are there a lot of francophone students in the Law school and in general? Do current students have any recommendations of how to keep the immersion up? Thank you in advance.
  8. Okay, that is very reassuring to hear. I have been stressed as hell doing this process more or less on my own. I do not have anyone in my life that has gone through this process that I can really speak with. Thank you for the feedback!
  9. I kept my score from the July LSAT in which I scored a 163 (87th percentile). I understand this is a competitive score for the schools I am interested in, but I am worried it is not competitive enough? My goal is to get into any law school in western Canada (UofC, UofA, UofS, TRU) or UOttawa. I have a cGPA of 3.7 and an L2 of 3.77 on the OLSAS scale, and I still have 3 semesters left (applying for 1L of 2021).
  10. I took the Oxford prep course and i found it pretty helpful. Its $600 iirc, and you can retake the course the second time for free. http://www.oxfordseminars.ca/LSAT/lsat_dates.php?gclid=CjwKCAjwpuXpBRAAEiwAyRRPgZl0D8qFogLYJh9sIYoE5SJl_O9JSWIXCU17wp4mhIrJarIx8gWfrRoCNx8QAvD_BwE
  11. It should. Our entire center had the test cancelled because the fire alarm went off twice. A bunch of people have sent in complaints, so hopefully we hear back soon
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