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  1. I think I am going to sign up for fun and see what happens. I was scoring high 160's but test anxiety got to me. only got a 157. I already got accepted in a few schools, but not the best, if I end up getting 160+, I might have to take a gap year and apply next year 


  2. 1 minute ago, MajorAgnostic said:

    Offer received April 7th at 2:15pm.

    Category: General
    LSAT: 158
    CGPA: 3.42
     
    Not sure why I got accepted here before hearing back from uOttawa, which I'm favouring due to the advantages when it comes to public law and personal logistics. Going to put the deposit down, if need be.

    L2? 


  3. On 3/29/2020 at 11:07 PM, gorgonzola said:

    Here's my fear. 1200 apps per firm, maybe a handful of 2L jobs in the market. Fresh crop of hungry Ryerson-ers. Half the battle is just getting your app read. 

     

    how is Ryerson going to affect you if you're already in law school? they have not even started yet


  4. 6 hours ago, LeoandCharlie said:

    RBC offered $120k, no cosigner and prime +0%. This rate also carries over into my articling time and I do not need to pay back the principle until my articles are done. The process was easy, the help was phenomenal and I would highly recommend RBC. My advisor actually just reached out to me to ask if I’d like to take advantage of the lower interests rates available now and has adjusted my interest rate accordingly. 

    can you go to any RBC for this? I am in Toronto 


  5. 3 hours ago, Queensugrad2019 said:

    Thank you Deadpool

    I also wanted to thank you dead pool (and other mods like Erin). I posted almost a year ago about going to England and you set me straight. I got accepted to a few schools in Canada (nothing in Ontario yet) but thanks for encouraging me to write the LSAT. 

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  6. 6 hours ago, Queensugrad2019 said:

    People need to know that taking a gap year (and studying for/doing the LSAT multiple times during that year) and applying for the next cycle is the obvious choice. 

    is that also the case for going to an out of province school? if you want to practice in Ontario, but go out of province to school such as TRU or Manitoba? is the gap year worth it in order to rewrite the LSAT? honestly think I can get high 160 (I was scoring there) but test day nerves got the better of me. 


  7. Many universities are closed and transcripts are required at the end of the semester. how are they going to send them if they are closed and will this slow down admissions? I am talking about OLSAS. Schools need to see the final transcript to see that we graduated 


  8. 25 minutes ago, Lawguy1 said:

    Hey everyone, I emailed today and they said they are still reviewing applications and they may issue more offers after the April 1st deadline. Interesting how they haven’t actually reviewed all the applications yet, proves that it depends where you are in the queue. 

    if they are reviewing people with poor stats before, then it is definitely not fair. 

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