Jump to content

beepboop

Members
  • Content Count

    37
  • Joined

Community Reputation

11 Neutral

About beepboop

  • Rank

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. I was wondering if anyone has any insight about the likelihood of transferring into a Canadian laws school from an American one. I know there are only about a handful of schools that accept out-of-Canada transfers and it's quite hard to find some personal success stories on here (maybe that in itself answers my question). My stats for Fall 2020 term are A-, A-, B+, B+, B (these are final grades, not midterms). I'm involved in student organizations and I am a board member for a couple. I also landed a summer student position at a small firm for this upcoming summer in my home province. side note: I am aware it is frowned upon especially in this forum to go to law school in the US with the expectation to practice in Canada after you graduate, so please be nice and spare me if you were wanting to make a comment in that regard 😅
  2. U of M has decided to go online for Fall 2020 “Winnipeg, MB – The University of Manitoba today announced that it plans to hold courses remotely during the Fall 2020 term, due to the coronavirus pandemic being expected to linger for the foreseeable future. All courses will be offered online, unless the criteria for mandatory in-person instruction is met. This announcement comes on the heels of similar decisions having been made by UBC, McGill, the University of Ottawa and other post-secondary institutions across the country” via UMSU Facebook page.
  3. did they give you any insight about your application? I'm in the same boat and wondering if I should bother emailing them
  4. Me 😔 wondering if I should bother calling since from what others have said they’re just behind
  5. “Offers are made to applicants, regardless of category, who meet the set Early Offer score after Fall 2019 Term grades and/or November 2019 and January 2020 LSAT scores are available.” I meant to add this with my previous post, seems like they are considering January for early offers!
  6. “Early Offer score is set in mid to late January. To qualify, an applicant must have completed a minimum of 60 credit hours and have written the LSAT by November 2019. All applicants who meet this criteria, regardless of application category, are automatically considered.“ From their application bulletin 🤕 we’re in for a bit of a wait still
  7. I thought this too when I initially tried to sign in but it's not under the graduate sign in it's still under the uwinsite student log in
  8. @futurefamilylawyer23 I log onto uWinsite Student and there’s 3 tabs - admissions, profile and financial aid task and on the admissions tabs it says 1 active application and i can click on it to view my status and to do! Not sure where you are signing in but this is the URL i use http://www.uwindsor.ca/registrar/uwinsite-student And
  9. still incomplete with 7 things on my to-do list! I'll also be submitting an updated transcript when fall grades are in.
  10. Hmm weird but a little refreshing knowing I’m not the only one! @lawschoolhopeful6 You’re right maybe it doesn’t matter, I did see on LSAC that reports were sent to the schools I applied to plus OLSAS! Just not sure if it’s normal, but rather just a bit annoying I guess 😂
  11. bringing this back up - OLSAS still says no information available for my LSAT, I wrote in september and lsat writing is long approved and I'm not signed up for any future test dates Is this like this for anyone else? or should I consider contacting OLSAS
  12. mine was showing earlier and now gone as well! anyone else's LSAT score still not showing up?
×
×
  • Create New...