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  1. Congratulations! May I ask, are you in your final year of undergrad?
  2. It was the optional part of the application to Osgoode on OLSAS that allowed you to provide details on the following if they relate to your situation: Select any of the following consid­erations that are relevant to your application.a) Equityb) Work or life experiencec) Performance consid­erationsd) Diversity It then said: Elaborate on the selected consid­erations (maximum 2,500 characters). All information will remain strictly confid­ential.
  3. I honestly feel like I am in the Hunger Games and they are toying with us...lol.
  4. Do you have ties to the Maritimes? I feel that with your stats, you should at least have a shot at UNB or DAL, especially if you have a connection. If you are in your last year of undergrad, it may be better to try and keep/improve upon your GPA for L2 schools than spend your efforts on a couple of points increase on the LSAT, especially for those that are 60% GPA and 40% LSAT. I guess it comes down to where your efforts are going to see the most return. If you are PT'ing a lot higher than your current score then it might be worth a shot, but you would have to see the return on investment come test day. I honestly can't speak to schools out west because I didn't apply there. Good luck!
  5. Thanks! My only concern there would be that Ontario schools would be made aware of it and consider the applicant as already committed. It's unfortunate timing in that case I guess, but it is what it is.
  6. Thanks...that is what I was afraid of. That potentially opens up a whole other can of worms. I have applied to schools in Ontario and do not expect to hear anything there (if at all) until fall marks are in. So, if successful at UNB or DAL and they have firm deadlines it may get dicey. I guess we will see. Btw, did UNB mention scholarships at all in your acceptance letter?
  7. This is very early! Were you also required to confirm acceptance earlier than usual? Just wondering because if the deadline to confirm is also really early it can affect whether other offers can be considered in the interim. Thanks,
  8. I'm thinking that your GPA is likely higher than you think on the 4.3 scale, but I don't know how DAL does the conversion. Maybe someone here knows?
  9. OK, but your score is different if you use the 3.9/4.3 number in the formula: 3.9 / 4.3 * 0.6 + (157 - 120) / 60 * 0.4 = 0.79 This is substantially different from: 3.83 / 4 * 0.6 + (157 - 120) / 60 * 0.4 = 0.82
  10. Can you explain how you converted your GPA from 4.0 to 4.3? The composite score is different if you use your 4.3 GPA vs your 4.0.
  11. They are pretty good; in my case there was an online update within 24 hours of applying. I was honestly impressed, especially when compared to other schools. However, I would wager that they probably have less applicants to deal with than some other schools.
  12. I asked about foregoing the Appendix A form and got the following reply; I can’t comment on your last question though. Good afternoon,That is correct. If the referee prefers creating a letter with their letterhead and is sent to this email or by mail it is perfectly fine. Have a wonderful day!Kind regards,Amy DawsonAdministrative Assistant, Admissions and Career Development
  13. Yes, it was the URL that popped up when I clicked on the link within the email that I received: To monitor the status of your application, receive important updates andview the decision on your application, please visit the Osgoode AdmissionsStudent Information Site (OASIS) at this link:https://www.osgoode.yorku.ca/oasis. Your individual login credentials areas follows: Glad it's working for you!
  14. Are you using this URL? https://lwdomapp1.osgoode.yorku.ca/admissions/admissionsweb.nsf/Start?OpenForm
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