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TreesInForest555

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  1. Hi all, 0L here. Given the large workload and adjustment to 1L, what are your thoughts on learning a new language with the demands of law school? I've read here that taking undergrad courses on top of 1L curriculum is a recipe for disaster, so I guess by language learning I mean self-study forms of learning/practice (apps, private tutors, language exchange partners etc). Does anyone have any experience with this? Thank you for sharing!
  2. Sorry about all the posts. Probably would have been wiser to only create this 'chances' post in the general discussion (instead of in addition to the individual school sections). But I feel this post has different questions, no? My other post was concerned w/ having taken the LSAT 3 times with 2 cancels + whether to address it in my PS. This one is about being accepted to Queens + Western, along with the importance of my PS for Osgoode and uoft given my borderline stats.
  3. Hi there, I am applying to Queens, Western, UofT, and Osgoode. I am a UofT graduate with an HBA (humanities). 3.71 cGPA, 3.9 L2, 3.88 B3. I have 3 LSAT attempts (cancel, cancel, 163). My ECs are nothing spectacular (like no exchanges, volunteering abroad, or academic medals of excellence), though my activities demonstrate commitment and can be connected to an interest in law. Refs are reliable too. 1) Based on my stats and a decent PS, is it fair to say admission to Queens + Western looks pretty good? 2) With Oz + UofT, is it fair to say my PS will play a more significant role? Mainly since my stats hover around their respective medians Thank you very much for any insight!
  4. LSAT: cancel, cancel, 163 B3: 3.88 L2: 3.9 Would the cancellations impact my chances at all?
  5. LSAT: 3 attempts (cancel, cancel, 163) Any thoughts on whether those two cancelled scores will hurt my chances? Would it be useful to address them at all in my P.S.?
  6. When I look at the Admissions Predictor, it gives me this comment regarding UofT: Why is the Predictor basing my chances at UofT on my cGPA in lieu of my B3? B3: 3.88 cGPA: 3.71 163 (2 cancels)
  7. Is it after we pay for and submit the application to OLSAS? Asking because I saw this on OLSAS's instructions:
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