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  1. I emailed them a couple of days ago and they responded: Thank you for contacting the Admissions' Office of the Faculty of Law. Common Law Section. At the moment, your file is 'Ready to Evaluate'. Please note that due to the rolling nature of the Admission process, it is possible for candidates to hear back at any point until mid-June, when decisions will be finalized. If the candidate is put on the wait list, they may be admitted off of this at any point during the summer. We are doing our best to proceed with the admissions process as normal, but we receive thousands of applications each year and naturally some applicants will hear back later than others.
  2. Is it worth it to re apply with the same stats but in a different category? i.e. Mature or access if it applies.
  3. For those of us still waiting, spoke to Judy today and she said we will find out if we got accepted or not by August 9th!
  4. After I went to these different banks, I was really put down because not only were the financial advisors not helpful, I just got the vibe that I was somehow annoying them with my questions. Any who, its great to see that you were able to get an exception, if you dont mind, can you PM me the financial advisor you went to in BMO?
  5. I went to RBC, BMO, and TD yesterday and this is the info that I got: RBC: Gives UP TO $90,000- Guarantor is required ( RBC client is preferred) Deducts any money you owe to OSAP from that amount but can ask for an exception Takes into consideration any debt you may have Interest: Prime rate is 3.95% + 2.75%- Pay interest on what you owe while in school and for 2 years after graduation i.e. if graduated in 2022 start paying back prime + principal in 2024 over a 15 year period ( note: prime rate may or may not change by that time) BMO: Can receive UP TO $80,000 BUT does so in installments- maximum amount is $20,000/yr and in most cases, has to be a 4 yr program Co-signer is required Interest: Prime rate + 1%- pay interest on what you borrow and just like RBC, there is a 2 year grace period TD: The lady I spoke to said they don’t offer loans for out of country programs anymore BUT you can try to apply for the amount that they give to domestic law programs (up to $125,000) and they might accept???? Didn’t get any real answers from TD. @ lawstud101 your right, they do need proof that you are registered in the program in order to process any application for loc, my mistake.
  6. Hey, so you can take your acceptance letter to any bank which can be accessed through the UCAS website.
  7. Apparently scotia bank doesn’t provide student line of credit for schools outside of Canada. They used to but changed their policies as of March 2019. I was there a couple of days ago to inquire about a loan for Leicester law school. Today I’m going to RBC and BMO, I will definitely let you know what rates they give!
  8. ohhh okay good to know. Ill stop checking the status of my application now LOL. Thank you!
  9. I know for Ontario schools if you accept an offer at one university all the other ones find out. Does the same apply if you accept an offer at a school in the UK? Do Ontario schools find out?
  10. Looking at previous posts, it seems like the waitlists are ranked from priority, high and low. I wonder if that is still a thing?
  11. So I just called Stephanie and she said I was put on the waitlist on June 28! I had no idea! My status still says incomplete.
  12. oh so you have been on the waitlist? My status says incomplete.
  13. Stephanie Winbigler- (313) 596-9841- Doesn't hurt to try!
  14. last time I called they said to call Judy Burke, apparently she deals with the admissions for the Dual JD program. 519-253-3000 extension: 4230. I called and left a voicemail but no response. Hopefully you can get through!
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