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  1. Did this actually happen? I mean I get some people taking school work more seriously than others but for fucks sake it's law school. Paying 20K+ to just do the bare minimum and fuck around isn't something I can imagine people doing, let alone futures lawyers.
  2. I got in off the waitlist towards the end of June. Knowing my exact LSAT score isn't going to help you since I provided the school with supporting documentation of why it was significantly lower than it otherwise should have been. I also sent them a screenshot of my May score/percentile rank so it very well could have been that score that got me in. If you're still on the waitlist/waiting to hear back good luck!
  3. How long is your attention span? I personally enjoyed only having to do 3 sections in row and getting the whole thing over in ~2 hrs vs having to do an extra 2 sections after a 15 min break that stretched the process out to over 3.
  4. I got admitted into the English JD section, but I was wondering if I would be able to take some courses in the french JD section? Obviously the first year courses are set for us, but I was thinking more along the lines of upper year courses. I did some post secondary education in french so I'm not to worried about issues of language proficiency and I figure that doing this would 'prove' to employers that I'm bilingual and help set me apart in the job hunt. Also how much interaction can those of us in the English JD section expect to have with students in the French JD/civil law sections? Can we join the same clubs/student associations as each other or does every group just do their own thing?
  5. Went through a few of UOttawa's law profs on rate my teacher and let's just say that there were some concerning things that were said about a few of them. Don't want to mention particular names or anything but I was wondering if a current student/recent grad could share what he/she thought of the profs?
  6. it was a few days before I made this post
  7. rejected about a month or so ago cGPA 3.4ish (access category) L2: 3.7-3.8 (self calculated) LSAT: low 150s
  8. rejected about a month or so ago cGPA 3.4ish (access category) L2: 3.7-3.8 (self calculated) LSAT: low 150s
  9. rejected about a month or so ago cGPA 3.4ish (access category) L2: 3.7-3.8 (self calculated) LSAT: low 150s
  10. Was debating wether or not to post this for anonymity reasons, but figure that it might give some hope to low cGPA applicants who view this in the future. cGPA 3.4ish (access category) L2: 3.7-3.8 (self calculated) LSAT: 164 May LSAT Flex (not sure if they took this score into account, if not my highest LSAT before this was in the 150s). My hands are literally shaking as I type this. @capitalttruth you're the first person I chatted with on this forum so I guess it's only fitting for things to come around full circle and go to law school with you as well! Looking forward to getting to know the rest of you over zoom calls in my pjs 😂😂😂
  11. @MayG and @0LHopeful you guys are welcome! May the odds be ever in your favour!
  12. Just emailed the school to reject my offer of admission, hope my spot goes to one of you!
  13. @OP as long you get a 160+ you have a decent chance of admission with your stats. I think what @Luckycharm meant is that with L2 like yours a165 would make you a hard candidate to refuse. You should still try to do the very best you can on the LSAT, but don't feel as though if you fall short of a 165 that you have no shot at admission.
  14. Yeah that's something I noticed as well, I was wondering if there was some way of calculating the equilibrium between the two.
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