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  1. OK I GET IT I APOLOGIZE LOL. Just got my LSAT back 3 days ago and didn't know what to expect.
  2. Hadn't even looked into American schools (I just got my LSAT score back 3 days ago) but I might now! Thank you!
  3. Honestly, I am just a very anxious person and would absolutely hate myself if I screwed anything up by being overconfident. Appreciate your help haha!
  4. I understand I have a good chance but would you say it is a lock? UBC is my top choice and I don't want to waste money applying to back up schools if I'm sure I will get it. Thanks !!
  5. This happened to me too. I called them and they said they received them, but it still says NO on the status checker. Maybe it just takes a bit for them to update it?
  6. Thanks for the replying/ helping! So the deadline for application is Nov 1st but they'll accept an LSAT as late as January? How does that work?
  7. Just confirming because I'm a little confused: if I want to apply to a Canadian law school so that I can start next September (2021/2022 school year) the last possible LSAT I can write is the OCTOBER one, right? From what I understand the full applications are due at the end of October? Thanks
  8. Thank you so much for taking the time to explain this to me, what you're saying makes a lot of sense. I really appreciate it!
  9. I read that UBC and Melbourne law have a partnership where, if you're studying at UBC, you can complete your final term or semester at Melbourne law and receive a JD and LLM in three and a half years of full time study. This sounds like an interesting opportunity as University of Melbourne is a top 10 ranked law school, and I really enjoy travelling. Does anyone have any more insight on this? (i.e either experience doing it or reasons it is a poor opportunity to pursue?) Thanks in advance!
  10. I just finished my undergrad @Queen's and am looking to go to law school. Using the "Law School Applicant Assistant" it tells me I have a cGPA of 3.84 and best3 of 3.87. I got 2 A- 's this semester and I have the option to pass fail them. If I pass/failed both those A-'s it would move my cPGA to a 3.85 and best3 to 3.89. Is this something I should do? Or is the change so minimal that it doesn't really matter? I really would appreciate any advice!
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