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  1. I am still waiting for a response. LSAT 166 CGPA 3.6 L2 4.0 Good EC'S, PS and Rec letters
  2. UNB would be cheaper and it would have smaller class sizes. UNB might also have a more affable atmosphere. Other than that, I don't see much of a difference between the two.
  3. It was in launch pad, within the acceptance letter.
  4. Accepted yesterday and offered a scholarship LSAT 166 Cumulative GPA 3.8 L2: 4.0 Some good EC'S, from the Maritimes
  5. I have been accepted to UNB, and I am just looking for current or past students to tell me about how easy or simple it was/is to get the accommodations you need. I have a disability and I want to make sure that if I choose UNB l that i'm not screwing myself over. The school I went to for my undergrad degree was amazing with disabilities, as in, I felt accepted/not judged and I got the accommodations I needed with relative ease. I want to make sure that the school I go to (especially for something like law school) is also this way. I mainly want to know: did you get the accommodations with relative ease? did you have to debate with professors for your accommodations? were you judged or penalized by staff/professors for your accommodations? is the accommodations process smooth and organized? etc if you don't want to say on here, you can always private message me! (I think you just click on my profile and click message, or you can reply and then I can message you) I cannot even describe how helpful it would be to know this stuff. Thanks!
  6. I have been accepted to Dal, and I am just looking for current or past students to tell me about how easy or simple it was/is to get the accommodations you need. I have a disability and I want to make sure that if I choose to go to Dal that i'm not screwing myself over. The school I went to for my undergrad degree was amazing with disabilities, as in, I felt accepted/not judged and I got the accommodations I needed with relative ease. I want to make sure that the school I go to (especially for something like law school) is also this way. I mainly want to know: did you get the accommodations with relative ease? did you find yourself debating with professors for your accommodations? were you judged or penalized by staff/professors for your accommodations? is the accommodations process smooth and organized? etc if you don't want to say on here, you can always private message me! (i think you just click on my profile and click message, or you can reply and i can message you) I cannot even describe how helpful it would be to know this stuff. Thanks
  7. Very true! Thanks for the input!
  8. I tend to agree! Thanks for the input!
  9. Yeah, UNB seems more reasonable! Thanks for the input, i appreciate it!
  10. So true about the extra debt! Thanks for the input, I appreciate it!
  11. Thank you for the input, I appreciate it! I generally have to agree with everything you've said, I guess im just looking for someone to convince me otherwise lol.
  12. I have received offers from each school and I would like some input on this 🙂 Each school has pros and cons but at the end of the day, my decision process basically comes down to this: if I go to Dalhousie I will be spending approximately 60k more (over the 3 years) than If I were attend UNB. I wont go into specifics as to why this is, but that is the situation. When I talk to people about this, they often say either "both are good schools" or they say that Dalhousie has better "name recognition" and that this is adequate justification to pick it over UNB. I am just not convinced that getting a JD degree from Dal is worth 60k more. I have lived in the Atlantic provinces my entire life and though I agree that Dal has more name recognition (perhaps simply because it is a bigger school), I cannot imagine that it will make much of a difference after the program is said and done. This will probably just come down to determining how well I can handle financial stress, but I would like any input on this. Is a JD degree from Dal worth 60k more than UNB? Also, I plan to work in the Atlantic provinces, but ultimately I can see myself going anywhere.
  13. Got an email today. LSAT 166 Cgpa 3.6 on 4.0 scale
  14. Got my letter today. LSAT 166 Cumulative GPA 3.64 on 4.0 scale (i think this is 3.9 on 4.3 scale but don't take my word for it) Some extra curriculars and lifelong resident of NB.
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