On another note...what a B-E-A-Utiful day to wait... thought it was Canada Day long weekend for a minute there sitting in the front yard listening to the neighbour bumping tunes.
Makes me grateful my biggest issue in the midst of all this Coronamess is in the hands of a committee and completely out of my until-today-sun-deprived-Mitts!
A big thank you to all front-line health care workers.
Happy Weds. Everyone!
I also think the admissions committee will see you raising two children as a huge plus and a great representation of hard work and dedication. Don't worry too much about EC's, being a mom with a full-time job will show a lot more about you than picking up a random EC now ! Good luck
The social life is great!
Essentially they split the class into two sections, and naturally people are closer to those in their section as you see them everyday in class/tutorials.That being said, I would say that the people in my year are still very close as a whole and it's easy to meet people in other sections and upper years. You wont have any trouble making friends and having fun, so long as you put yourself out there.
The LSA also put on a lot of events, especially at the start of the year, which were a ton of fun and made it easy to get to know your peers and upper years.