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  1. Check your spam and then contact the university. Ottawa was one of the first to send them out.
  2. You are definitely a competitive candidate for upper T14 and I would apply to both HYS & CCN, and then decide where to go after that. The LSAC gpa system is more lax than the OLSAS gpa system, so I wouldn't worry about that. Also, one summer course will not be a major issue. Just let OLSAS get back to you and they should fix it.
  3. My second point still stands though. Schools explicitly state that they consider the highest score (unless you consider UAlberta), so in the end it really does not matter what u decide to do.
  4. I mean just put yourself in their shoes. If you have a horrible score and don't cancel, they will see it. But if you do end up cancelling, then they will assume you got a horrible score. So not really much different. Also all of the ON schools state that they take the highest LSAT score, so I don't really see why people stress over cancelling so much. If you apply to certain out of province schools, then that's a different story.
  5. Its about you. No law related stuff. More like your community involvement, comfort with technology etc. Imo it was easier than I thought it would be.
  6. I mean....they have to be better lol. Don't understand the point of this question.
  7. Pretty sure no one who applied has yet. Just wait.
  8. "Give out all their offers by Jan" Lmao where did you read that? Offers are given out in rounds and there is no way all offers will be given out in the next two months. Also, most ON schools literally say on their website that the last retake they accept is January.
  9. You are stressing over nothing. You're a lock for U of T. Hell, If I were you I'd apply to HYS and try to get a full ride there.
  10. That, I can't really answer. Personally, mine got approved after a week but for some other people it was more like 2-3 weeks. No set timeline.
  11. No, you're fine. Don't stress. They only reject your writing sample if you do something questionable while writing the sample. And even if you get rejected, you can redo it. Seems like in your case, you should be approved.
  12. Yeah, call and ask. I think you will be fine because these things aren't really in your control. Just ask your school to send transcripts ASAP and hope for the best.
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