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  1. Great question - hoping someone with more knowledge will be able to answer this. My impression is that Queens is pretty stingy with financial aid. You should do OSAP as usual and get a Professional Student Line of Credit from your bank (credit limits can get pretty high, $20,000 or more per year).
  2. Are you talking about this? https://wiki.queensu.ca/plugins/servlet/mobile?contentId=164364953#content/view/164364953
  3. That’s awesome that you have a plan - you’ll be fine for COVID. Keep yourself open to all sorts of legal careers though - a common refrain in law school is “I thought I’d hate this, but I love it” and vice versa.
  4. Hey, I also just finished 1L at Queen's. I discussed your situation with a few friends – our recommendation is to definitely Pass the C, and Pass enough of the B-'s so you end up with a B average. If you Pass your B, then an employer won't know if it's a B or a B-. You might as well show your B and be proud of it – it means "Good," after all. Cheers, and I hope you enjoy Labour and Employment!
  5. Thanks! Yep, I really needed the final marks of my fourth year. First year was really rough (2.64 OLSAS GPA), and second year wasn't much better (3.09 OLSAS GPA). I finally made the right program choice in third year, hence the much higher B2/L2 GPA.
  6. I was accepted on May 16th, it just took a while for me to make the decision between Queen's and Windsor XD Although Western just offered me acceptance today, so that's another thing to think about Also EDIT apparently my memory for GPA is very bad, my actual stats: OLSAS cGPA: 3.37 OLSAS L2/B2: 3.82 LSAT: 163
  7. Accepted! OLSAS cGPA: 3.44 L2/B2: 3.87 LSAT: 163 Congrats everyone, looking forward to seeing you there!
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