Hi, I have a few questions regarding the admissions process and I was wondering if someone would be able to answer them.
How many times is a file evaluated? Say your file was looked at in December but you weren't admitted (only took one LSAT in August), does your file get re-evaluated again or do they reject it right there and then and you find out about the decision sometime in April?
When I was applying for Osgoode I was in somewhat of rush and I accidentally labeled my Part B "Equity" PS as "Work and Life Experiences". How big of an impact might that have on the decision? Also what impact will a late submission of corroborating documents have?
I have ~3.6 cGPA/B2/B3 and a 170 LSAT. My PS is good, ECs are mediocre (I was working full-time), and my letters of recommendation are stellar. What are my chances of admission at uOttawa, Oz, UofT, and Queens (general category)?
I haven't gotten a response from any school yet and as each day passes, my mental health and self esteem take hit. I can't focus on school or anything else for that matter. Does anyone have any advice on how to deal with this stress?
Thanks in advance!