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  1. honestly you are performing better than I ever did in undergrad so no I cannot. But maybe somebody smart here can. I'd say keep doing what you're doing, and if your grades start to slip then evaluate your strategy and never be afraid to talk to the professor and ask for help.
  2. if you want in at U of T, get as close to a 4.0 as you possibly can, that should really be your only focus right now. Check out the accepted threads on the U of T page to see why.
  3. While I get this feeling all too well, don't let comparing yourself to where your peers are at influence your decisions too much, if waiting a year puts in a much more financially secure position don't let other peoples success keep you from doing it. There are a lot of benefits to not waiting so I'm definitely not debating the merits of going in asap, but it could also help you get ahead faster on the other end, when you're done and can put more money towards a house for example instead of loan payments. I feel like at every stage we're always going to feel behind in comparison to other people, and this is a good and bad thing.
  4. ah I see. And with the idea/hope that you'll likely bill a lot higher the more experience you get?
  5. pardon my ignorance, but what does "projections for billings" mean. is that all the money you made in a year?
  6. I've been thinking about all the posts I'll make when I'm in too. Like help I think I might need a year from now... Why am I like this?
  7. I know uvic only has a few, but it's my "shoot my shot" dream school, and I wanted to apply discretionary depending on how I do on my lsat in january. Think it's worth the application fee at that point?
  8. I 171 is really good! congratulations! I bet it will give you a couple of extra points at any b2 or best 3 school to make up for the lower GPA. I'm not an expert in this but I think you'll get a late acceptance.
  9. Your LSAT is a little on the low side obviously but your GPA is good. I think your chances are pretty high for best 2’s
  10. I'm not even in yet but I've been thinking about this a lot, I want to minimize my debt as much as possible. I'll definitely be working as much as humanly possible during the summer. One thing I just cannot do, even though it would be the ultimate savings move is get roommates. I have some savings going in. I don't know if I can defer for financial reasons, but it's something I would definitely consider as well because I'll be in a much better position financially a year from now. I also echo what @realpseudonym said about not skimping on good food. There are a lot of resources that talk about how to eat healthy on a budget. Oats, rice and frozen fruits and veggies are your friend here. Don't eat ramen every day!
  11. hey, when did you take your LSAT if you don't mind me asking?
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