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11 hours ago, 1122 said:

So a couple questions for courses...

1. The email we got says August 1st but my Aurora says July31 (which one is it...lol)

2. I don't see an option to select a section... I just see the option to register for courses (do we just register all our courses in say section a01, or do we  first go ahead and select A01 and then choose our courses?)

3. Are we supposed to enrol in all 7 Courses in our section? Because why bother making us enrol in each course one by one if we are taking all 7 courses listed in the section... why not just make us select our section and automatically get enrolled in each course affiliated with that section.. Am I missing something here?

Registration on July 31. The process seems weird since there's little difference between the three sections (and we don't even know who the profs will be until after we register) and we have to register for each course individually. It is what it is though

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11 hours ago, IJustWannaGraduate said:

Registration on July 31. The process seems weird since there's little difference between the three sections (and we don't even know who the profs will be until after we register) and we have to register for each course individually. It is what it is though

Okay so atleast i’m not making a mistake.

So just to double check, we just enrol in our 7 courses while making sure they are all in one of the 3 sections right?

There isn’t another page where we have to also register for a specific section right..? Just choosing the 7 courses within one section basically qualifies as “registering” in the section..

 thanks for the help! 

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9 hours ago, 1122 said:

Okay so atleast i’m not making a mistake.

So just to double check, we just enrol in our 7 courses while making sure they are all in one of the 3 sections right?

There isn’t another page where we have to also register for a specific section right..? Just choosing the 7 courses within one section basically qualifies as “registering” in the section..

 thanks for the help! 

Yeap, we register for each individual course while making sure they're all in one section. On Aurora, there won't be any mention of the different sections, we're just choosing the 7 courses.

Also, check out the first day schedule! It was uploaded recently. 

http://law.robsonhall.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Orientation-Schedule.pdf 

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14 hours ago, IJustWannaGraduate said:

To make it easier, here's a list of CRN numbers for the courses in each section.

http://law.robsonhall.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/First-year-instructions-on-registration-4.pdf

Thank you so much!

Did you edit that list? The one i got just included the numbers and not the course name and credits beside it ( i did find them on aurora but having them on the same list is so much better! Thank you)

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2 hours ago, 1122 said:

Thank you so much!

Did you edit that list? The one i got just included the numbers and not the course name and credits beside it ( i did find them on aurora but having them on the same list is so much better! Thank you)

The list I had before also included just the numbers but I think Robson updated the list to include course names and credit hours. 

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Registered for courses this morning is there any particular reason as to why A01 was the only section not to fill up immediately.. am I missing something? 

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2 hours ago, Winnipegkid said:

Registered for courses this morning is there any particular reason as to why A01 was the only section not to fill up immediately.. am I missing something? 

Probably because despite the long breaks between classes in A02, people preferred the intimate setting for Crim (01 and 03 are combined from Crim) and because the schedule for A03 is best if you like short days. 

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On 7/31/2018 at 1:03 PM, Winnipegkid said:

Registered for courses this morning is there any particular reason as to why A01 was the only section not to fill up immediately.. am I missing something? 

There is also a 2 hour break in between property for A01 in the second semester which is probably a drawback for most people

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