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  1. Hello, I was wondering if being contacted directly by admission committee members during this late into the application cycle for further documentation signifies whether they are considering accepting you. A lot of individuals are not contacted directly by members from what I've observed from browsing the forums even if their application is incomplete, so I was wondering if it's a sure way to knowing that you are likely to receive an admission letter from them shortly.
  2. logic games were probably my weakness. i also got the power score logic game bible and i was looking through it and i think that’s what i needed. i also got the lsat trainer which seems pretty good as well. overall LR and RC were pretty good but i have to be more time efficient with RC
  3. i agree. i did this test barely prepared and with fewpractice tests done beforehand. but i had to prepare while attending to my undergraduate classes too. i’m planning on doing the april one with more preparation.
  4. have you gotten accepted anywhere after overcoming both?
  5. i ended up doing a lot worse than i thought i would’ve done on my January LSAT. while i was doing the RC my tenants decided to move around causing a lot of noise and making me lose focus, causing me to guess a whole passage on the reading comprehension and scoring a 144. my fault for not having non-airpod ear plugs. i was wondering if schools would be more understanding of first time LSAT taker applicants that scored under the median. also worth adding that i’m applying under the access category and my cgpa is 2.6 with my L2 at ~3.75. additionally, i believe my supporting documents for my access claim are reasonable and i doubt that i would be sent to the general admission category. worth noting that i have work experience from all years of my undergraduate degree, with me doing full time school and full time night shifts during my final 2 years of my undergraduate studies. i also did an extra 2 years on my undergraduate degree to build up my L2 and create an upward trending GPA. also I have one strong LOR with another mediocre one. i also believe that my PS was pretty strong as they highlighted the themes of each school and the optional essays where applicable effectively outlined my extraneous circumstances. i’m applying in the access category for lakehead, queens, western, and windsor i also understand that the Jan test date is the last one to be considered so no need to tell me to rewrite as i will be doing so anyways this summer. just would like to know my chances nonetheless no need to sugar coat anything. thanks.
  6. i ended up doing a lot worse than i thought i would’ve done on my January LSAT. while i was doing the RC my tenants decided to move around causing a lot of noise and making me lose focus, causing me to guess a whole passage on the reading comprehension and scoring a 144. my fault for not having non-airpod ear plugs. i was wondering if windsor would be more understanding of first time LSAT taker applicants that scored under the median. also worth adding that i’m applying under the access category and my cgpa is 2.6 with my L2 at ~3.75. additionally, i believe my supporting documents for my access claim are reasonable and i doubt that i would be sent to the general admission category. worth noting that i have work experience from all years of my undergraduate degree, with me doing full time school and full time night shifts during my final 2 years of my undergraduate studies. i also did an extra 2 years on my undergraduate degree to build up my L2 and create an upward trending GPA. also I have one strong LOR with another mediocre one. i also believe that my PS was pretty strong as they highlighted the themes of the school and the optional essay effectively outlined my extraneous circumstances. i also understand that the Jan test date is the last one to be considered so no need to tell me to rewrite as i will be doing so anyways this summer. just would like to know my chances nonetheless no need to sugar coat anything. thanks.
  7. if you have connections on established lawyers who are well experienced in fields that are not empathized in the school that you are going to, does it really matter? i have a relative who is established in corporate law, immigration and real estate law but if i got to ryerson which which doesn’t focus on any of the following, would it put me at an disadvantage in any way?
  8. i was wondering if there was a deadline for people to submit supporting documents to school. i was trying to look around on school websites and the most i could find is that they require you to submit them through ouac. is there a fixed date which all ducuments were required to be submitted by? and if they are submitted afterwards are they not considered at all? thank you.
  9. thank you for the information! it is greatly appreciated. and yes i missed out on those 2 schools, hopefully i still get in somewhere. and i believe my access claim is pretty strong considering the circumstances and the quality of documents to support them. and does windsor have a general gpa cutoff although being holistic?
  10. around 160-163 mark but i notice that i perform a lot better when i am under pressure so maybe i could preform better on test day.
  11. hello, i hope everyone is doing well during these troubling times. so i’ve applied to every law school in ontario and applied to the access category where available. i have psychological reports and many other documents that support the access status. additionally, i’ve applied to victoria university and Saskatchewan. how well would i have to do on the LSAT to be considered? my test is next week and am curious to know my chances
  12. I was not able to have competitive years until my last 2 years. One of the last year is now so I guess since last year. But before my competitive years I was diagnosed with major depression, anxiety and PTSD. Additionally I lost both my grandparents before this time and have also provided their death certificates. I was hoping all this was would sufficient to why I was unable to obtain an academic LOR. I believe one should be better than none with all of the following
  13. Considering that I am applying for the access category when available, having supporting documents of the reasons behind my troubling times during certain years, and have an upward trending GPA (L2/B3). How impactful would it be for having only one referee. My referee is a very establish lawyer in many fields and gave a really well recommendation. Unfortunately I was unable to obtain a second letter of recommendation.
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