Thanks for your replies!
@Firecracker With 164 my "index" will surpass 92. I will aim for that! My main problem is not able to finish all questions, esp games part. Guess I need to polish my skills.
@EspM What stream are you applying? FSW? PNP?
And yes, I am applying for Mature category where that option is available.
I am trying to limit my schools down to 6 and was consider eliminating this school but, kept on reading that it's 'different' then other law schools in Canada without any specific examples as to how.
Saying your different does not make you different, that is not how the word 'different' works in the English language, so what about this school is different?
I've got learning disorders and considered that this school might be good but without any specifics, I am leaning on not choosing this school.
Given fixed costs, how could you have spent less? Were you frittering away borrowed money on luxuries you would have forgone? What were these “mistakes”?
I borrowed a significant sum to become a lawyer. One of the best decisions I ever made.
With respect to the article:
"If you haven’t been told already, someone will likely tell you prior to, or during your academic career, not to worry about the cost of law school because the profession is lucrative, and paying back debt will be quick and easy. It may be your financial advisor (as in my experience), your colleagues, your family or your friends. Similarly, once you begin practicing, you will likely be told not to worry about affording that new house, new car, expensive vacation, etc., again because of your high earning potential.
Paying back six figures of debt will be "quick and easy"? I have not, during law school, or before, or subsequently, heard anyone say this. Ever.
Can someone explain what happens after you finish your last semester of law school (i.e. April 2021)? Can you still access the funds (for how long) or does it freeze? and for 2 years from graduation I just pay the interest? Can someone explain this?