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  1. Likely a soft acceptance in contrast to a firm acceptance
  2. There is a high demand! That is why those who are interested should inform themselves at the earliest. I asked them well before and they told me when the passes would come online during the end of May and I had no problem purchasing one when it become available for those first couple weeks (that was back in May)
  3. Selling my copy of the 2019 bible - puzzles have been completed in pencil and so can they can be erased. Still in great condition Selling 10$ or best offer.
  4. They are generally people who don't own cars and so I imagine they rent their driveways for extra cash. Its not a common occurrence by any means, but I've seen it happen. I just checked for you and all the student spots in Brooks and Perez are sold out! Student spots go very quickly but they keep additional spots open for employees. The only ones left are Soloway and Mann.
  5. If you go deeper into sandy hill, you can find unmarked areas which are 3 hours - you still need to move your car which is annoying. Hoping the bridge issues are fixed by September. I've parked on campus (SCS) for a couple years now (employee) and I've never had any issues. I bought a parking at Brooks for this year. I hope its the same experience I've come to know. OP, Bus is honestly a crap shot. OC Transpo is notorious for being unreliable and its not uncommon for buses to be extremely late, double-up or simply not show-up. If you live on Transitway, this can be greatly mitigated. In regards to finding a spot in Sandy Hill, parking spots are a rare commodity. I've seen a few ads for spots, generally going for 100/month which comes out a bit cheaper then getting one at uOttawa (minus the convenience of a 10-15 walk depending on the distance). Keep an eye out for those as they will likely get snagged early! Best of luck!
  6. Its always just a few google clicks away "At the Common Law and Civil Law sections of the Faculty of Law, citations are awarded according to the following cumulative grade point averages: SUMMA CUM LAUDE: 8.50 – 10 MAGNA CUM LAUDE: 8.00 – 8.49 CUM LAUDE: 7.00 – 7.99 " Source (Section 13.5 Citations)
  7. You most definitively need to prepare the déclaration personnelle en Français
  8. I accidentally canceled my application when I made my acceptance to the French program firm 🤣🤣 . I can only hope I had a spot on the wait-list (instead of being rejected) and that this means someone else gets bumped-up Unfortunately, I will never know whether it came down to a rejection or a place on the wait list =P
  9. Not yet but last year it started on Sept 4 and lasted about a week.
  10. hahaha - thanks. Another month it is!
  11. Yes, see the second part of the response.
  12. In typical UOttawa fashion, the website was not loading for me at 10:00 and was extremely sluggish given what appeared to be the rush of students. I can only imagine this as poor planning.
  13. I asked and they mentioned it takes 12 weeks from the submission deadline. Given that most scholarships were due by May 1st, that puts the decisions at July 24 (which is tomorrow but this is also an estimate). Lastly, they did mention that since each scholarship is decided by separate committees, certain committees might take additional time to come to a decision on applicants. Best of luck :)
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