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  1. waitlisted yesterday as well! 3.85cgpa 155 LSAT
  2. From what I understood by asking others is that it does not. It is just a way for Western to know if they should continue to assess your application and keep you on their waitlist. Hope this helps!
  3. Waitlisted! 3.85 cGPA, 4.0 L2, 155 LSAT. General applicant.
  4. 3.85, 155. Updated on UOzone today. I’ve already provisionally accepted elsewhere. Good luck to everyone still waiting
  5. If your communication was provided on RAMSS you are definitely okay!
  6. https://m.facebook.com/groups/2381648632126504?tsid=0.9193728328109407&source=result#_=_ Link to the Facebook group for students accepted and considering Ryerson!
  7. I really think you’re going over board by assuming I’m attacking your character. I did not say you are “lying” I just said that you are leading others to think that ryerson is confused in their objectives which ultimately is not true from the welcome day and conversations I have had with faculty and the dean. I appreciate your opinion, but if you truly had concerns or questions about Ryerson’s law school, I highly recommend speaking to staff directly rather than basing your claims on perception. I can guarantee if you did this, you would not feel the way you do. It’s also a huge help to yourself as a law school applicant.
  8. I wasn’t picking a fight - I’m correcting you. You’re leading potential students to believe that staff at ryerson seemed to not feel 100% confident in what they were claiming - you said “hoped to provide” this is not true. You’re making other people feel weary about attending a school. Also, being an undergraduate / masters student at Ryerson does not have anything to do with this conversation since we are talking about their law school. Just like you said opinions should be allowed, mine is too. Also, my comments were meant to be directed to a lot of the negativity on this thread, not just you so maybe I should have not replied specifically to your comment. My apologies
  9. No offence, but a lot of people here are talking like they know more than law society’s, professors and other educators and lawyers who have extensive knowledge behind what is necessary to establish a law school. The reality is that an assortment of educated people have spent over a decade building Ryerson’s law school. It wouldn’t have been created if it didn’t have tremendous support and also if success of the law school wasn’t guaranteed. Individuals on this forum are misinforming people who are actually considering ryerson because of their predetermined bias’. I entered welcome day with an OPEN mind (even having other options to choose from) and did not perceive things the way others did. I’ve heard people who went to welcome day completely misconstrue information, and it is horrible for potential students to hear these unsubstantiated claims. They have a clear mission, evidence which is backing those objectives up and if you listen with an open mind, amazing opportunities for future students. Will it all happen? Not sure. I do agree that it is a risk because it’s new. However, I am extremely optimistic. But if you are going to put Ryerson down because you think you’re too good for it or don’t have an interest in it at all, there is no point to make unsound assumptions or salty remarks.
  10. Your stats are great and it’s still early. Keep holding on I’m sure you will hear back, it’s too soon to get discouraged. After the deadline of April 1st when decisions have to be made for people already offered admission, more movement will come. Good luck
  11. I didn't see her so I don't think so and I was there for about an hr! Yeah her presentation was really great, I hope she will have a lot of involvement at the law school even if she isn't teaching a course.
  12. I spoke to the dean at social hour! So what I stated here was confirmed by her
  13. Then you can keep rolling your eyes at the school you’re attending. If you’re not going to Ryerson it doesn’t impact you at all lol
  14. I think you misunderstood about the youtube script idea. They used that as a scenario that we would consider in our ethics & law classes. For example, if we were marketing our legal services through a youtube video or on other forms of social media, we would investigate the legal and ethical implications about doing so. (not actually writing out a script lol) Ryerson made it very clear that they are traditional in a sense that they MUST cover core competencies of all law schools. Knowledge you will get from Ryerson will be similar across all schools. Major changes will be through the boot camps, incorporation of technology, and co-teaching methods - which I think is impressive! Also worthy to note that like ALL law schools (Mooting competitions, mock trials, simulated course procedures, summer OCI's will be available) I am mentioning this because people were nervous about lacking these opportunities because it is a new school. But we're good - along with great opportunities for leadership and shaping the program. I thought the welcome day was amazing, minus the marshmallow challenge. I found it unnecessary! But other than that I'm excited about potentially being a Ryerson student
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