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  1. I could’ve be wrong but I thought it was about 10% of applicants ex) usask has 1200 applicants approx. and accepts 126.
  2. Hello! I have some questions regarding first year and USask things. Parking What’s the situation? Do most students drive, bus, walk ? Is there even enough parking on campus? Registration So I know we get assigned sections but when do I get a student number or access to paws? Is it not till August? Student lounge Is there a student area or lounge? I’m coming from Uregina Business where we have a nice lounge with tables, a fridge, storage, etc. Is there something like that? Lockers Is there lockers to rent in the law building (so I don’t have to carry around my winter coat and stuff). How does a person get one and is it even worth it ? Classes. Any words of advice for classes, profs or anything else. This is like a catch all for any words of Wisdom.
  3. I have till June 14th to get them my decision. I will be sending everything off right away however.
  4. Accepted today! B2:82.95% LSAT: 151,157 my overall GPA is the same as my B2. I have only completed 2 years of university study. I look forward to seeing you all in the fall!
  5. I used the cheapest option cause I found the teaching really helpful but I didn’t like how few/how they set up drilling. I then paired it with the free khan study guide. Would recommend!
  6. Thank you ! It’s so stressful waiting. If it helps I’m suprised you haven’t heard yet. I wish I could get inside the admissions councils head. Good luck to you as well!
  7. I am still anxiously waiting LSAT: 151(Nov) 157(Jan) GPA: 83% Strong Sask Connection I just finished my second year, I am not sure how that affects my chances
  8. All you people admitted Thursday when do you need to let UofS know your decision? I’m just trying to figure out the next cycle! Congrats to you guys, we’ve all worked really hard and it’s great to hear people are getting accepted!
  9. My understanding is the sask connection is to ensure graduates stay in Sask to work after graduation. So, if you wanted to work the family business in Sask that would count. Hope this helps
  10. I didn’t know the waitlist went till August! My understanding was that all acceptance stopped at end of June. I don’t know it that makes it better or worse 😂 thank you
  11. I used a mix of 7Sage( cheapest option) to teach me the logic behind questions and then the free khan prep to drill. I found it helpful to treat it like a uni class treat your preptests as your lecture. At least at my uni classes can be once a week for 3 hours. That’s 1 preptest a week. I always did mine Sunday morning around 9ish expect for two weeks before the test. I started training my body to wake up around 6ish. then set aside time each day to study and get ready for “the lecture”. When I was learning content (with 7sage) I found it helpful to treat it like textbook readings and take notes. Near the end when I was strictly drilling (with khan) I treated them like I was studying for my math or accounting classes. I hope this helps. It’s hard to find time I always took a full course load while studying for LSAT and working. Let me know if you want more specifics! Good luck you’ve got this
  12. Thank you that helps me a lot! I feel like I stand a pretty good chance of acceptance but it’s really defeating right now registering for class next year. The only thing that has changed since I applied was my “date received”. It changed from the origional date I applied to March 14th. Does anyone know what that means? Is my application in front of the committee ?
  13. Hey guys, its me again, just your everyday panicky admissions applicant. I wondering what the timeline for UofS normally is in regards to acceptances. When do the next round of offers get sent out? Also when you guys think someone with my stats would hear? I know it’s all a numbers and waiting game but any reassurance or information would be appreciated GPA: 82-83% LSAT: 151 (1st write), 157 (2nd write) Stone sask connection
  14. Did you have a strong sask connection ?
  15. I understand I might be a little late but I am currently in my second year of business. I am hoping to be accepted to UofS for next year. I believe you attending bus school is the best option. You can finish your degree and get accepted to a law school depending on marks and LSAT you might be able to get in after 2 or 3 years (save yourself some cash money) and worse comes to worse if you don’t get accepted business is still a viable career path and you might be able to work in a field of law you are interested in. One last note business at my university business isn’t the easiest program but it isn’t super hard to do well in. This is especially true if you put on effort and try to get to know the profs. They help you with assignments a lot. I also wouldn’t recommend going over seas I had thought about it while I was crying after one pitiful prep test. What people say is true about lawyers being cautious of you. one way you can avoid it in working small town or rural but I don’t know if that’s part of your aspirations I hope this helps. I’m curious on what you decided to do
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