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  1. Hey! I also applied access and submitted supporting documentation to each of the schools that I applied to (even the ones without an access category because I spoke about my disability wherever I could, for example in the Windsor app, question 5 asks about performance considerations). However, my access claim was in regards to a disability and not barriers, so it was easier for me to get documentation in my case. If you go to Western’s website, under the Access applicant category it says, “ Candidates must describe how the disadvantage affected their undergraduate academic record and provide supporting documentation". The way I interpreted that is that they do require you to submit supporting documentation. Even if you don't HAVE to, it only helps your app to provide documentation to solidify your experience. I would submit the same supporting documents that you're going to be submitting to Ottawa to the other schools. If you aren't sure what documents you need/want to make sure that they see the documents after you upload them, email them ASAP and they can help you! Hope that helps!
  2. Same thing is happening to me! I checked earlier today and it was there, but now nothing. Most likely just maintenance!
  3. I have similar stats (3.47 cgpa and lsat 160) and also applied access, haven’t had any offers yet either. I’ve heard that access applicants hear back later in the cycle (not sure how true that is though but seems to be the case so far for me!). Hang in there!
  4. You got this. I’ve heard that a lot of people in the access category hear later in the cycle. Take deep breaths and don’t panic just yet!
  5. Hang in there friend, we'll hear back from somewhere soon!
  6. oh thank you!! totally forgot to add that in, haha just edited my post - 160 is my highest LSAT
  7. Hi all! Like many others, I haven't received an offer from any Ontario schools yet and I'm beginning to feel extremely anxious about it. If I don't receive an offer by April 1st, am I totally doomed/ are my chances of getting in somewhere lower? It might also be helpful to know that I applied in the access category (for those schools who offered it). Any advice would be very appreciated, thank you! CGPA: 3.47 (as per OLSAS) LSAT: 152 (Nov), 160 (Jan), 160 (Feb) L2: 3.48 (not entirely sure if I've calculated this correctly because I have drops in my L2 years, so I didn't end up with a full course load (due to health issues which I explained in my apps)) B2: 3.55 B20: 3.9
  8. Congratulations on your acceptance!! May I ask how you were able to check the Detroit Mercy Portal? I only received an email to set up my UWin student account.
  9. That's amazing, congratulations!! That definitely makes me feel like there is some hope for me haha.
  10. Hi Toby, thanks for getting back to me! I calculated my L2 like you said and I ended up with 23 credits (one of the classes I took was a full year course so I just counted it as 2 separate classes). I added the grades from each course together and then divided it by 23, which gave me 3.48 as my L2. Just to confirm, 1 class = 1 credit per semester? Also, would you know by chance how schools would calculate my B2 and/or B20?
  11. Yes, my CGPA is per OLSAS! What do you think my chances would be for Western and Queens? Also, do you by chance have any insight as to how my B2/L2 would be calculated in this case?
  12. I've applied through the access and general category and haven't heard back yet (feeling as anxious as ever). LSAT: 152 (Nov 2020), 160 (Jan 2021) CGPA: 3.47 as per OLSAS B2/L2: ? not sure how they would calculate this, I only took a full course load in my first and second years, after that I have a few WDs which left me at 3 courses per semester in my last years (developed a health problem in third year which unfortunately really impacted my academics). I put my grades into a grade calculator online and it said I have a L2 of 3.57 and a B2/B3 of 3.77, but I think it just lumped everything all together from my last 3 years and I don't quite know if the school would do the same or just look at my CGPA?
  13. I've applied through the access and general category and haven't heard back yet (feeling as anxious as ever). LSAT: 160 (Jan 2021), 160 (Feb 2021) CGPA: 3.47 as per OLSAS B2/L2: ? not sure how they would calculate this, I only took a full course load in my first and second years, after that I have a few WDs which left me at 3 courses per semester in my last years (developed a health problem in third year which unfortunately really impacted my academics). I put my grades into a grade calculator online and it said I have a L2 of 3.57 and a B2/B3 of 3.77, but I think it just lumped everything all together from my last 3 years and I don't quite know if the school would do the same or just look at my CGPA?
  14. I've applied through the access and general category and haven't heard back yet (feeling as anxious as ever). LSAT: 160 (Jan 2021), 160 (Feb 2021) CGPA: 3.47 as per OLSAS B2/L2: ? not sure how they would calculate this, I only took a full course load in my first and second years, after that I have a few WDs which left me at 3 courses per semester in my last years (developed a health problem in third year which unfortunately really impacted my academics). I put my grades into a grade calculator online and it said I have a L2 of 3.57 and a B2/B3 of 3.77, but I think it just lumped everything all together from my last 3 years and I don't quite know if the school would do the same or just look at my CGPA?
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