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  1. Yeah my email said the same thing. I was confused because it implied that there should have been some sort of electronic package attached to the email but there was nothing. I figured that the email itself was the electronic package but now I'm not sure?
  2. Same here! I received the initial email which included some information on dates and accepting the offer but in general it had minimal information. I didn't receive any electronic booklet or anything about the ICLP (income contingent loan program) but I did receive an email about bursaries and upcoming events. Maybe the email about ICLP was only sent to people who qualified for it based on financial needs?
  3. sf20

    Why did you pick UofT over Osgoode?

    I'm not really familiar with how uni strikes work. I understand that most undergrad classes were affected but what about some of the campus services (libraries, food places, etc.)? Was everything closed?
  4. sf20

    Why did you pick UofT over Osgoode?

    I don't have a lot to add, but I was in the same position as you really recently where I was set on going to Osgoode but then I started to change my mind. If you haven't already, go see both schools and talk to some students who currently go there to get an idea of what the school environment is like. I feel like actually talking to someone in person is a really great way to gain some perspective on what the schools are like and it definitely helped me feel more certain about where I want to go! In terms of interests, I'm in the same boat, where I think I know what some of my interests might be, but I'm not entirely sure and I'm willing to keep an open mind. For me personally, Osgoode seems better in terms of its variety of courses, clinics and experiential opportunities, but UofT seems like the better school in all other areas (again, this is just my own personal opinion). At the same time, UofT does offer some external programs and clinics that fit some of my interests so I came to the conclusion that despite UofT not having such a large variety of courses and clinics like Osgoode, the pros of going to UofT still outweigh the pros of going to Osgoode. Of course everyone is different and for you, the pros of going to Osgoode may completely outweigh the pros of going to UofT, especially if UofT doesn't really offer much opportunity for the kind of law you want to pursue. It really just depends on what you're looking for. Hopefully my decision making process seems reasonable and helpful, otherwise I have some more thinking to do as well! πŸ˜‚
  5. sf20

    Thoughts on Graduate House?

    Thank you for your response! It sounds like it’s a pretty decent option
  6. Don't know if this helps, but I recently talked to someone at TD and they said for LOCs, they don't typically expect students to have a lot of credit history, the main thing they're looking for is whether your credit score is good. I would highly suggest talking to one of the banks that UofT has negotiations with!
  7. Was accepted in January, just never made an actual account until today! cGPA: 3.97 LSAT: 160 Congrats to everyone else 😊
  8. Hey guys, I'm currently looking for living accommodations downtown and Grad House seems like a good option for at least 1L. I'm wondering if anyone who's lived in Grad House can give some insight into what it's like (e.g. quality/size of the bedrooms, location, community, and whether the price is worth it compared to other options). Thank you!
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