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  1. I apologize for being the bearer of bad news but they do state that if you did not fill out the Financial Statement, you can't be considered for an entrance scholarship (https://www.osgoode.yorku.ca/programs/juris-doctor/jd-admissions/funding-fees/). I'm not sure if there's any leeway on this but it doesn't hurt to email I suppose?
  2. Got the call today around 1PM EST! Going to be deciding between here and Osgoode. OLSAS cGPA: 3.91 LSAT: 169 Wrote the optional essay. Best of luck to everyone and congrats to those who got the call!
  3. Accepted! Found out this morning through email (and frantic texts from a friend telling me to check it.) CGPA: 3.91 LSAT: 169 Congrats everyone! ๐Ÿ˜„
  4. I guess it's that time of year where prospective students flood and stalk every thread on this site... wishing you the best of luck and see you around!
  5. Well. One, that's really reassuring. Thank you! Two, definitely lived up to the topic name and the coincidence is mildly terrifying (exaggerating but still).
  6. Thanks for the quick response. I was searching for answers but they seemed to vary across years and situations, so it's nice to hear a recent take on it.
  7. I would say average ECs (but like everyone says, who knows for sure?) and one good academic reference. I'd like to think I can pump out a decent PS as well. Currently registered for the Oct LSAT but I don't think I'm going to do it since my first one already went quite well and my chances of getting anything higher than 2-3 more points are slim (peace out to that $300 though ๐Ÿ˜”). Small caveat, taking one first year and two second year courses in my fourth year to reach certain qualifications for my backup pathโ€”would it be worth it to address this in my personal statement?
  8. Seen responses to somewhat similar posts on here but wanted to feel some security in my specific stats. I would say average ECs (but like everyone says, who knows for sure?) and one good academic reference. I'd like to think I can pump out a decent PS as well. Currently registered for the Oct LSAT but I don't think I'm going to do it since my first one already went quite well and I think my chances of getting anything higher than 2-3 more points are slim (peace out to that $300 though ๐Ÿ˜”).
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