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  1. I'm wanting to take it as well. I was in French Immersion I think until grade 10 or 11, but haven't had an opportunity to speak the language for about 15 years. I felt better about it after doing the assessment with USB. A lot of us are in the same boat or have similar misgivings (comprehension, extreme effort, etc). I have to think that in an immersive environment we'll all get back to "cruising altitude" fairly quickly. The pass/fail aspect is comforting as well.
  2. Thank you! My LSAT was pretty weak, 150. When I applied I'd only completed 60 credit hours, so no adjustments but my GPA was 4.3. I think my personal statement was strong. Good letters of recommendation, two academic and one community --Indigenous Category. I hope you hear back soon! Good luck
  3. Accepted an offer on March 5 --Indigenous Category. I hope we all get to start this Fall. It's unnerving declining other offers with everything being cancelled indefinitely.
  4. I received an offer on Wednesday at 3:17AM. Will be declining.
  5. Don't know if this helps you at all, but I was told that Indigenous applicants can expect to hear back around the end of March. So I wonder if both Special and Indigenous applicants are still in for a bit of a wait. Seems to be par for the course.
  6. Anyone applying in the Indigenous stream for 2020 cycle? I'd be really curious to hear about experience with the application process/offer timeline.
  7. I have no idea. The process is so unclear to me. I'm certainly not "unallowed" to email it, so at this point I'm just sending everything everywhere. I have an official transcript with my current 60 credit hours on it's way to them at the moment.
  8. This is truly the dumbest thing I've ever encountered in this whole process. "Preliminary statement", plus official transcript with 60 credit hours, and again final official transcript with 90 credit hours. I am tired of the hoop jumping, tired in my bones tired in my spirit! I guess I am just emailing an unofficial transcript to Admissions since it seems my official transcript hasn't yet arrived. Sigh.
  9. 306B Robson Hall, Faculty of Law University of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2
  10. Should be coming out mid to late January for those that meet the requirements. Has anyone heard anything yet?
  11. Are there any in this cycle at all? Spend so much time lurking but hear nothing. Finally just asking.
  12. Someone just got in with a 72.4 off the MB Residents waitlist. Offer was made on August 2. So totally within the realm of possibility!
  13. Are you lurking on this thread almost constantly too Waitlist? I have been haha.
  14. I guess this is an opinion thing, but 75,000 dollars is a crushing amount of debt. Good luck buying a house until that's paid off. It's just really limiting, I think, having that much debt to contend with early on in life. All the young lawyers I know that I would say are making average amounts complain about their debt all the time (between 50-100k), don't own homes, and I think feel huge amounts of stress.
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