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  1. Most probably, admission (for all schools in Ontario) will be more competitive this year.
  2. That's weird. Anyway, they will drop some courses and you will be fine.
  3. In 2019-2020, regular category had an average LSAT score of 158 and an average of 78-79%. https://admissions.usask.ca/law.php#Admissionrequirementsanddeadlines ==================================================== Your stats 166 (even if you can't get 170+) and 74% If you have good enough EC's and statement, it seems highly possible.
  4. Don't cancel 154 since it might work. And rewrite it in January to be on the safe side.
  5. As long as you have a competitive and balancing (for GPA) LSAT score; and your EC's are good enough, you have a chance.
  6. I tried, don't have any problem. Can you try again on a different browser?
  7. Don't worry, ask your referees to send the reference letters to the schools if they are not allowed to submit via OLSAS. JD Admissions Office Faculty of Law, University of Toronto 78 Queen’s Park Toronto ON M5S 2C5 Canada Email: [email protected]
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