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    • Si ça peut t’aider, j’ai été admise en droit à ULaval à l’automne 2017 sous la base universitaire, j’avais complétée 45 crédits dans le bac en administration des affaires à l’ESG UQAM et j’avais une cote de 3.67/4.3. J’avais également été acceptée à UOttawa et j’étais sur la liste d’attente à Sherbrooke. Donc, pour ULaval, je considère que tu as beaucoup de chance d’être accepté!
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    • @Uott33 do you know if they just started calling or if they're done!
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