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  1. When I talk about U of T I'm not even talking about course difficulty. I did super well in my first/second year and even got full living and tuition costs covered by U of T. A lot of factors about the university environment need to be considered carefully though. As you're learning, growing, discovering your strengths and weaknesses, you should consider where you will be happiest/most fulfilled and not only which University "ranks" the best. U of T was not the best place for me to be in third year when I burned out and struggled with mental health issues. Of course it's impossible to predict. Wherever you go, take it easy and don't be too hard on yourself. Not knowing how to deal with stress and being in an extremely stressful, competitive, and oftentimes isolating environment early on is what hurt my GPA; not the difficulty of the courses. I bounced back and went back to being an A student but the damage was already done to my GPA. Even with all of that said, the experience overall was valuable. You just have to be prepared for things not to go your way.
  2. If you absolutely have your heart set on law school, you would do yourself a favour by not going to U of T. If you'd like to build other interests, explore other career options, etc. U of T might be good for you. Go to a different school, get a 4.0, if you're certain you want to go to law school.
  3. Hey all, I'm on the wait list at Western and Osgoode. I just got a great promotion at work, but for resourcing purposes, they need a confirmation from me prior to September (which is, in theory, when you can no longer get in off the waitlist). Do you think it would be fair for me to contact admissions at both schools and explain my situation to get a sense of whether or not the wait lists are likely to move. I don't want to remove myself from the waitlists, but I also don't want to forgo this opportunity. Any thoughts/similar experiences are welcome!
  4. There has not been any movement from the waitlist so far right? (at least on this forum)
  5. Thank you! It's good to know that it might be worth trying.
  6. Rejected. 3.33 CGPA, 3.68 B2, 163 LSAT. Wait listed last year with a 3.11 CGPA and 158 LSAT. I hope this helps ^ for people wondering about their chances. Ready to move on. Disappointed that the school does not offer feedback to applicants. Probably won't apply to Queen's again next year.
  7. yeah have not heard anything since the deadline. Like others have said on this thread, it seems like those still waiting are on a kind of waitlist but we haven't been informed!!
  8. Yup, I'm really not too sure what to expect anymore. The complete lack of communication is dissapointing.
  9. I mean there is a slight chance that you could get in, but it's not worth the gamble. The people who are still under consideration are people who have not gotten into other schools. Also the deadline has passed.
  10. Ottawa and Queen's have not responded to several other applicants. It's a problem with this year's cycle.
  11. has anyone been in contact with the school?
  12. It's true, there is almost no point in forming a wait list now only to have to revisit it to reject and accept people next week!
  13. As of now I have no offers. The one positive in this is being able to stay on Osgoode's waitlist!
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