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  1. I also just got the call cGPA 3.87, LSAT 169 Congrats to all!
  2. Hello, Does anyone know, roughly, when Osgoode makes scholarship offers? I was accepted yesterday, but don't think I'd be able to attend without scholarship (and bursary) support. From the acceptance email, it says: "Considerations for scholarships are ongoing. The Student Financial Services Office will notify scholarship recipients by email, as decisions are made." However, I wonder if anyone had insight from previous years as to when scholarship offers might start to come in. Thanks in advance!
  3. Just got my acceptance as well! GPA 3.87 LSAT 169 Went into the queue on December 2. Congrats all
  4. I am also still waiting, even though I submitted well before the deadline... I don't really understand how they're determining the order for processing applications!
  5. For people that already got their emails, when did you apply? I applied October 25 and haven't received anything yet.
  6. @erinl2 If you don't mind me asking, what were your LSAT score and CGPA?
  7. Hi all, I received my LSAT score today, and it was a bit lower than I had hoped/than I had been scoring on my practice tests. I got a 169, which should be adequate for admissions, but I will be financially unable to attend without a substantial scholarship. Does anyone know what LSAT score might be required for the more competitive scholarships or for the income contingent loan program? Here are a few other details about me: -CGPA is 3.87 on the OSLAS scale -I have a research Masters degree, and have published numerous research pieces in peer-reviewed and professional journals -I have 5+ years of professional experience in the not-for-profit sector, and currently am employed full-time as a project manager. I'll have to leave this role to attend law school, though. -I immigrated to Canada in 2011, and got my permanent residency in 2018 -I am transgender and queer, and will discuss this in my application -I am high financial need (resource-expense shortfall of ~$39,000/year) Should I retest in November? I know I'm capable of the 173-176 range based on practice tests, but was quite shaken on test day due to numerous glitches in the proctoring (including starting 2 hrs late due to tech challenges) Thank you in advance!
  8. Hi all, I received my LSAT score today, and it was a bit lower than I had hoped/than I had been scoring on my practice tests. I got a 169, which should be adequate for admissions, but I will be financially unable to attend without a substantial scholarship. Does anyone know what LSAT score might be required for the more competitive scholarships or for the income contingent loan program? Here are a few other details about me: -CGPA is 3.87 on the OSLAS scale -I have a research Masters degree, and have published numerous research pieces in peer-reviewed and professional journals -I have 5+ years of professional experience in the not-for-profit sector, and currently am employed full-time as a project manager. I'll have to leave this role to attend law school, though. -I immigrated to Canada in 2011, and got my permanent residency in 2018 -I am transgender and queer, and will discuss this in my application -I am high financial need (resource-expense shortfall of ~$39,000/year) Should I retest in November? I know I'm capable of the 173-176 range based on practice tests, but was quite shaken on test day due to numerous glitches in the proctoring (including starting 2 hrs late due to tech challenges) Thank you in advance!
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