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  1. I think more than involvement just for the sake of "doing something", they want to see why you were involved with the organization you were involved in and the skilled you learned from it. Essentially, rather than the experiences, I think what is more valuable is the skills you've learned and how these skills can help you succeed. Like others have said, extracurriculars is not necessary, though it can be beneficial as it shows involvement and engagement with one's community. But, since you worked throughout undergrad, I'd just talk about those experiences and the type of skills you learned (I.e., communication skills, interpersonal skills, organizational skills, etc). I don't know if it will be beneficial volunteering now, as it might be seen as you doing something just for the sake of having something, rather than actually being interested in that something. Though I suppose it can't hurt either.
  2. Hey! First of all, congratulations on your acceptance! And second, yes, I received the letter from the Dean. Maybe check your junk mail, or wait till tomorrow? No offer on OSLAS yet though. They said it may take up to 24 hours.
  3. Accepted! Got the email this morning. Good luck to all the other applicants. If anyone has any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out! CGPA: 3.59 as per OLSAS L3/2: 3.8-3.9 LSAT: 159 (November, took January as well though, if it matters). In que since Jan 7. Filled out Part B.
  4. I doubt they will, though don't quote me on it. I took 4 courses per semester in all my years, except one semester where I took 5, and I received an acceptance from U of T which is B3 school. If you want, you can always briefly explain in your personal statement as to why you switched from 5 courses to 4.
  5. Hey! Thank you so much! And yes, I applied general. Wishing you the best of luck with your application as well 😊
  6. Accepted!!!! Beyond happy and surprised! CGPA: 3.59 as per OLSAS L3/2: 3.8-3.9 LSAT: 159 I am literally shaking right now because I did not expect the call at all, especially this early. Good luck to all the other candidates, and if anyone has any questions, please do not hesitate to PM me! ❤
  7. I'd say if you are confident you can achieve a 170, and can afford it, why not? It can only help, not hurt anyway. Still, a 168 is an amazing score, and as you may already know, better than 95% of the applicants who took the test. And Ottawa states that they would wait for January LSAT. It is noted on their website.
  8. Honestly, I was PTing in the mid 160 prior to the exam. I thought I was doing really well up until the games. In the second game, I messed up one of the rules, which I did not realized until the fifth question of that game. When I realized I had messed up, I had to go back and fix the game and my answers, which took some time. This, in turn, left me with very little time for the rest of the two games and I had to kind of rush. It is kind of ironic because the logic games is one of my strongest sections, and it was that section that betrayed me 😂
  9. Thank you for your reply! My CGPA according to OLSAS comes to 3.59 and my L2 (last 20 credits) comes to a 3.9.
  10. Hi All, I know this might be getting annoying for some of you, but I was wondering what you think my chances for admission is for the upcoming cycle, as I am contemplating on whether I need to take the January LSAT. My goal is to attend either one of Osgoode, Western, Queens, or Ottawa. My CGPA as it stands is a 3.60, and I have a L3/L2 of 3.9 - 4.0 (these scores are not according to OLSAS). I just received my LSAT score and it was a 159. Thank you in advance for all your help and time!
  11. Hi All, I know this might be getting annoying for some of you, but I was wondering what you think my chances for admission is for the upcoming cycle, as I am contemplating on whether I need to take the January LSAT. My goal is to attend either one of Osgoode, Western, Queens, or Ottawa. My CGPA as it stands is a 3.60, and I have a L3/L2 of 3.9 - 4.0 (these scores are not according to OLSAS). I just received my LSAT score and it was a 159. Thank you in advance for all your help and time!
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