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  1. does anyone have any information about mcleod single rooms? how does the shared bathroom work? what does the room look like? Thanks!
  2. Thanks! So I'm guessing that's what they mean by hornbooks and e&es? Any book that summarizes an area of the law broadly?
  3. I keep seeing references to hornbooks and (example and explanation books) e&es as the most important supplemental resources to read in law school. However, I think this is specific to American law schools. I really think resources like this would be helpful, does anyone know what the equivalents are in Canada? If so, can you name them? Thanks!
  4. Anyone still waiting on the non-maritime list? Also, if anyone is declining their offer, please post! Thanks!
  5. Hi, were you on the maritime or non-maritime waitlist?
  6. Sorry, I realized I probably posted in the wrong thread. I'm not on the waitlist. I haven't heard anything from UNB. No acceptance, decline or waitlist notification. I'm wondering if there is anyone else in this position or if they missed my application somehow. I applied in October and it's now mid-July...
  7. Has anyone else not heard anything. No acceptance, decline or waitlist and it's mid-July?
  8. Thanks, it was through an email from Leanne.
  9. I was just rejected off the waitlist today. Was waitlisted on April 17th L2: 3.1 LSAT: 160 I am surprised as I didn't expect there to be rejections from the waitlist this early. Really disappointed... :(
  10. I notice you're on the waitlist. Are you still able to apply for residence if you haven't been accepted?
  11. Has anyone been able to get hold of admissions? Wondering what's going on? When will waitlist start, etc.
  12. If you don't mind sharing, what were your stats? Thanks!
  13. When I emailed in October, the admission team confirmed with me that they take your most recent 60 undergraduate credits to calculate GPA.
  14. I studied using the LawSchooli guides and Powerscore bibles. Also 7sage game explanations. My last 3 PTs before the actual LSAT were 166, 167, 167. The LG section really got me.
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