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  1. I'd guess that they'd get the scores from LSAC as well so would probably use that in your index calculation if you didn't include percentiles I really wouldn't worry about it!! Good luck!
  2. Hi guys, another data point for you all. My status got switched to 'decision pending' from 'application under review' today. 🙃 I'm roughly around a 900 index score (not sure if I calculated my gpa with drops and everything right) for reference. Looks like its going to be a long couple months 🥺
  3. I didn't write the Jan Flex but I'd recommend checking out the PowerScore podcast. They go over each administration and talk about the difficulty of each section that was on the test so that you can better gauge how you did. When I wrote my test I found the podcast more helpful to calm my nerves after as opposed to looking on reddit or other sites I hope it went well for you all !!
  4. How did you find the general culture at sask? Have you had a fun / enjoyable experience?
  5. I'm not an expert, just an applicant myself. I'd say its hard for any of us to say what your chances are without your January LSAT mark. If you do get a 160 I'd guess that your chances are quite good but it might be more tough with a 153. Your GPA is obviously quite excellent but the 153 LSAT is much lower than their average so the higher you get on the Jan LSAT the better. U of C is also quite holistic so its always a little hard to tell I'd recommend posting another thread or update this one once your LSAT comes in to get a better estimate. Also checking past accepted threads to see if anyone with your current LSAT has gotten in in earlier years might help you out a bit as well!! Best of luck, I hope you get in!
  6. I would guess that they'd have to make the decision a couple of months before September (maybe June??? big question marks LOL) , but I think there's a lot of things it would be dependent on that no one can really predict. I swear I saw this question somewhere else on the site but I can't remember which forum it was in. I, like you, am also hoping that classes are in person. Fingers crossed!!!
  7. I don't recall seeing anything on bear tracks, mine seems to just be launchpad! I do remember the bear tracks thing though from undergrad
  8. I would email the institutions you applied to if its still not looking like you're going to get your grade done in time explaining the situation. I had a transcript mix up / error for the Nov 1 transcript deadline and the receiving institution was really kind and understanding about it, so I'm assuming they'd understand this situation considering that its not your fault. I'd personally still send in the transcript with the grades you do have by Feb 1 and maybe send in another transcript when the last grade comes in, but I'd first and foremost email the schools and see what they say / what they want.
  9. I agree with all the above comments about not cancelling unless your dream school is U of A. If it makes you feel better, I personally found my actual flex test significantly harder than all the practice tests I did (I thought I bombed it) but I ended up scoring on the upper end of my PT scores. Something that helped ease my nerves after the test was listening to the PowerScore podcast about my specific FLEX test. The podcast talks about the relative difficulty of each section on the test and it helped me gauge the difficulty of my sections / if the curve was gonna help me out. Good luck!
  10. I'm just an applicant myself, so not an expert, and I'm not 100% sure on my answer. Take this with a grain of salt. From what I believe I've read on this forum previously it seems like they will wait for your new LSAT mark to come in before making a decision, just as they often wait for fall grades for fourth year applicants. Their website also says, "We begin evaluating an application when all of the supporting documentation has been received." (https://www.uvic.ca/law/admissions/jdadmissionfaqs/index.php). I'm assuming that an LSAT mark would be considered supporting documentation. If anyone else has more specific knowledge on this please supplement Edit: It seems like you have a great chance as it stands with those stats so I wouldn't worry too much!! If you're really stressed, I would email the admissions staff with your question.
  11. I'd second this. I used this service for my flex studying as well, and the layout is not identical to the actual exam but is similar enough. I also found the scoring to be pretty consistent. It is fairly expensive (in my opinion), but I thought it was worth it.
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