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  1. Thanks, Shankar, for the reassurance and quick response (and yep, it was Corporate with Nicholls). I'm definitely missing the in-person post-exam experience, so it's hard to gauge how other people might have done. There were a few questions I didn't even get to because I thought it'd be better to answer other questions quickly rather than try to dig for the provision he's looking for.
  2. I know this isn't a new subject, but I need to get it off my chest. I just took my first 100% 1L exam (Corporate law) - looking purely at questions I was able to finish in time, my best possible mark is 67%, and my more realistic mark could be 60% or below. I recognize the curve might push that one way or the other, but I'm honestly just at a loss of what happens next. Has anyone else had this experience? Is it ever possible to redo a course? How did you recover (academically/mentally) from this? And just realistically, what impact does this have on the job-search for 2L/articling. Is this kind of mark (maybe a D?) something you can get over?
  3. Accepted today Updated first on SOLAS, just got the official email around 2:30. GPA - 3.1 L2 - 3.92 LSAT 159 (got it on the Jan 2020 LSAT) I'm weighing between this and Western, but I'm leaning towards Western. For people still waiting, the Queen's offer expires May 8th, 4:00 p.m.
  4. Offered Admission - showed up on Student Centre Friday April 17th, around noon. It hasn't showed up as an option on OLSAS yet, but I'm keeping an eye on it. CGPA is about 3.1, L2 is 3.92, LSAT 159 (was my second attempt, taken Jan 2020; first attempt was 153). I think my EC's and statement were good. I'm finishing up an MA program at the moment, and my references were profs who'd already helped me get into the MA program. Still waiting to hear from Queen's, but will likely be accepting Western. Good luck to everyone still waiting
  5. Looking specifically at Western and Queen's, because I know they both emphasize L2 grades as important. I've tried using the Ontario Admissions calculator, but I just wanted to ask for any opinions here. Would that L2 help at all, or will they gpa still matter more? Is that LSAT score enough? I feel pretty good about the rest of the application package, but I know numbers are important and I'm not in the greatest standing. Any thoughts would be appreciated
  6. Just wanted to ask someone else about this. I submitted my applications on OLSAS by the deadline, and I'm writing the November 25 LSAT, which I'm indicating as my score for the applications. I was running through the checklists and noticed that I goofed and forgot to put my LSAC Account Number on the OLSAS. I was able to make an amendment to the application and got a confirmation email, but will schools still accept my LSAT if I make that amendment? Another (probably dumb) question to be asking, but is there anything else to do in terms of getting the LSAT score to the schools? Do I have to request an LSAT report from LSAC for each school I'm applying to? Or is it enough that I put my account number and test date into the OLSAS application? Sorry if it's dumb to ask - I don't really have a lot of people to talk to who know the process. Any help appreciated
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