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  1. As someone who specialized in accounting in university and is currently pursuing his CPA, I can attest to the fact that there isn't much math involved when it comes to tax. I don't know too much about the differences between the responsibilities of tax accountants and tax lawyers, but so far most of it is knowing your way around the Income Tax Act. All relevant math relating to tax planning at least can be done simply on calculators, and as stated above, the most advanced math related calculation I've done is basic algebra relating to returns on investments.
  2. Waitlisted today off of a deferred decision cGPA and L2: 3.47 LSAT: 162 Everything else seemed average to me
  3. Rejected today cGPA 3.47, 162 LSAT Average ECs, PS, and LORs. Filled out Part B as well
  4. I am having the same problem, and Danielle has advised me to send in a copy of my current transcript with the missing grade if I believe that it will take a long time for the grade to come in. I was also asked to include an addendum in the form of a word file explaining why the grade has not come in yet, with my OUAC reference number.
  5. I've been told by Danielle that the admissions committee will be reviewing "Deferred Decision" files within the next two weeks, so everyone try to get their grades in soon!
  6. Just got the email as well cGPA: 3.5 LSAT: 162 Last name starts with Q Not really expecting this one, but disheartening nonetheless.
  7. Hi there, Here is what UofT says regarding the deadline, it applies to Ontario law schools, so it should apply to your case. If you’ve received an offer of admission from another ONTARIO law school before April 1, then you should have until April 1 to respond (accept or decline) to that offer online at OLSAS. Please note that at OLSAS: no response to that Ontario offer by that deadline keeps your UofT consideration open, and it has no effect on our decision a provisional acceptance of that Ontario offer keeps your UofT consideration open, and it has no effect on our decision a firm acceptance of that Ontario offer ends your UofT consideration immediately, we will close your file. If you’ve received an offer of admission from any NON-ONTARIO law school at any time, then your response to that offer has no effect on your UofT admission consideration. Osgoode's website states more of the same. From what I understand, you can provisionally accept your offer at Queens without it affecting any of your other potential offers. I would assume you would have to pay their deposit. Honestly though you should be getting into Osgoode soon anyways so I wouldn't worry too much.
  8. Thanks for all the input friends! Hopefully all of us waiting will be accepted very soon so we can get this wait over with 😑
  9. Numbers as above, average ECs, LOR, and PS (I assume) Also applied to UofT (95% sure I wont get in), and Western. Im just wondering whether it would be worth waiting for an acceptance, or whether I should pursue my masters in accounting which I have an offer for, but I dont really want to put down the hefty deposit. Thanks for any help!
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