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  1. Yes, it's on their website. https://law.uwo.ca/future_students/jd_admissions/admissions_FAQ/reference_letters.html "Can I provide more than two reference letters?OLSAS permits this, but if more than two are submitted, our Admissions Committee will read only two of them, selected at random."
  2. Yes. You have to put your whole username - including the @uwindsor.ca part
  3. Every school is different. You should check with each school's website. Western for example only requires 2 references and if you submit more than that they will read 2 at random.
  4. I logged in just fine.. I had to sync my account first using the link in the email and then it worked.
  5. I saw, and was just about to link you to this response. No problem.
  6. Yes this happened to me this morning. I called about the issue...we are not the only ones. Seems as though they are having some IT issues and will hopefully have this resolved soon.
  7. It's very hard to predict admission to Windsor. I was rejected last cycle with a 154 LSAT and 3.58 CGPA (I too, had lot of social justice related volunteer experience). It think it ultimately will come down to your personal statement. Good luck!
  8. In queue as of Jan 7 OLSAS cGPA 3.58 (L2 3.7) LSAT 161 (highest)
  9. Mine too GM! I just got off the phone with OLSAS re. another issue, and mentioned this question briefly. The uploading of scores to OLSAS is an automated process. The lady said LSAC reports have been generated as of yesterday and will be uploaded to OLSAS within 24 hours. Not sure how reliable that information is....as this isn't what I experienced last cycle. But! Could mean that schools have our scores by Monday.
  10. I posted the below in another thread: Hey GM. I can speak for Ontario Schools. The process is agonizingly slow. It will take about a week for OLSAS to request the reports, another day or so (in my exepreince it has always been 24h) for OLSAS to generate the report and send it to OLSAS, and then another week or so for OLSAS to report the score to the schools. With the holidays I am only assuming that some of these timelines will be extended. I am expecting schools to have my score by mid-late Jan. This is just my guess....hopefully it is sooner!
  11. Hey GM. I can speak for Ontario Schools. The process is agonizingly slow. It will take about a week for OLSAS to request the reports, another day or so (in my exepreince it has always been 24h) for OLSAS to generate the report and send it to OLSAS, and then another week or so for OLSAS to report the score to the schools. With the holidays I am only assuming that some of these timelines will be extended. I am expecting schools to have my score by mid-late Jan. This is just my guess....hopefully it is sooner!
  12. Woop!!! So happy. There is no answer sheet now that the test is digital! You can see your responses and the correct answers in the Item response report and compare to the questions in the disclosure book.
  13. I am hoping I am wrong for your sake too! I just want you to have realistic expectations and save you from refreshing the portal one million times a day Best of luck this cycle!
  14. It was said in a previous post that your tasks will be 'initiated' until they review your file..it doesn't mean that they don't have your documents. No need to stress Also, as per previous year wait list threads, the earlier you are put on the wait list is not indication of an earlier offer or rejection. I could be wrong in that...but I recall seeing it somewhere!
  15. The instructions on the check-in page outline that you can 'check-in' and do the practice questions without having to do the interview in the same session..
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