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2 minutes ago, capitalttruth said:

Under "Academic Background" on OLSAS, when it shows my cGPA breakdown, it says I had a full course load in 2014 and 2015. I wonder if this would constitute my L2/B2?

it would, assuming 4 courses per semester

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1 minute ago, Maradona said:

it would, assuming 4 courses per semester

OK, that makes me feel a bit better. I'll call Admissions on Monday to confirm.

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1 minute ago, capitalttruth said:

OK, that makes me feel a bit better. I'll call Admissions on Monday to confirm.

let me know what they say! I'd be interested - also if you outlined your circumstances in your PS it may be taken under consideration - mending the rules etc.

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3 hours ago, Maradona said:

it would, assuming 4 courses per semester

Hey there, tagging along on this post.. does anyone know how they consider exchange grades? I did a semester abroad in third year, second semester and had a pretty decent GPA there and OLSAS has received/ reviewed that transcript... but not sure what schools do re: L2... any thoughts? :) Thanks!

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