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  1. very good point I never thought about it this way. If this is the case I am well prepared lol
  2. (this is a repost of a post I made under 'Law School Applicants' but thought I'd put it here too in hopes of getting advice from graduates or 2/3Ls) Hello all! I was recently accepted to U Ottawa and have been doing some research on how best to prep for law school and the transition between undergrad > law. I'm beginning to think it might be worthwhile to revamp my studying habits, as I keep reading everywhere that what worked in undergrad will not work in law school. Basically I'm wondering if anyone knows of any courses or resources (online or w/e) that teach how to study, be it through various methods, skills/practices/habits, etc. preferably as it relates to law school but studying for success in general would also work. Any advice from recent grads or really anyone who has made it through law school is super welcome, namely do you think this is even necessary? how did you adjust your studying habits to better fit the particular demands of law school? Anything helps
  3. Hello all! I was recently accepted to U Ottawa and have been doing some research on how best to prep for law school and the transition between undergrad > law. I'm beginning to think it might be worthwhile to revamp my studying habits, as I keep reading everywhere that what worked in undergrad will not work in law school. Basically I'm wondering if anyone knows of any courses or resources (online or w/e) that teach how to study, be it through various methods, skills/practices/habits, etc. preferably as it relates to law school but studying for success in general would also work. Any advice from recent grads or really anyone who has made it through law school is super welcome, namely do you think this is even necessary? how did you adjust your studying habits to better fit the particular demands of law school? Anything helps
  4. I've tried this several times & can't figure out if I'm inputting information incorrectly or if its just an inaccurate/incomplete estimate. It estimates costs of study in 2020-2021 to be approximately $7400 per year (fall & winter semester) for the JD program. This seems really low?? for reference I selected regular student > full-time > Canadian citizen > masters > Law > fall & winter term > yes (first time studying at U Ottawa) Wasn't sure if I should put Masters or Doctorate under 'for which degree would you like to display fees', doctorate comes out as having even lower tuition costs incidentally.
  5. Accepted yesterday yay! Super excited after having been unsuccessful in 2020 and also a little surprised. cGPA: 3.4 L2: 3.85 LSAT: 158 third attempt ECs & LORs: not super great– little bit of involvement in undergrad societies and some campaign work with the liberal party in my home province. I'm a first generation Canadian to refugee parents so I centered my personal statement around that and hoped for the best lol. 2 decent letters of recommendation both from undergrad professors. Will most likely be accepting
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