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  1. I got accepted at UofC and I have until March 31 to confirm. UofA is my first choice and I'm still waiting for a response. Do you think it's a good idea to email UofA admissions telling them that? Would it help in getting accepted faster at UofA or would that backfire?
  2. Just got the email today. 159 LSAT, 3.08GPA for an MA degree and banking experience 😎
  3. Go to the LSAT Report tab and scroll down
  4. I took the LSAT twice, June and September. I just completed the writing section 1 week ago. Do I need to do anything for LSAC to report my scores to the schools I'm applying for ? or does LSAC send my scores automatically. My LSAC account show that they got 2 requests for scores but they didn't send them because at that time I haven't done the writing section yet.
  5. I'm applying to UofA, Toronto, Calgary, Ottawa and UBC. 3.8 Undergrad BA Business (2011), 3.08 MA Economics (2014). I'll have 4 years of small business banking experience by the school year start date. What do you think ?
  6. Scotia will either approve for full amount 135 or none at all. You can't apply for a lesser amount. Speaking from work experience.
  7. hey OP. I work for Scotiabank and plan to go to law school in 2020. The 135 is the total limit for all 3 years. you usually get access to 41,700 in year 1, same in year 2 and the rest in year 3. They'll need to confirm you're still enrolled every year to advance that year's portion. Interest accrues (builds) immediately as you use it, instead of making you pay it, they add it to the existing balance. It basically snowballs. You borrow $100, bank charges you 3.95% a year, you don't pay anything, bank adds the $4 to the $100 and now you owe $104, bank charges you 3.95% on the $104, etc. You pay interest on the interest. you can use your line of credit as you wish, buy something with it, transfer to your checking account or even take it as cash. interest calculation is the same.
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