Hey! I've just emailed admissions to ask the same question, but I thought maybe someone on here could give me a faster response.
U of S just received my final transcript, and the only thing remaining on my application to-do list is a preliminary statement of marks. What exactly is this? When requesting transcripts to be sent from my school, there wasn't an option to send a preliminary statement of marks or anything, only my transcript.
If it matters, I finished my degree last semester and I am currently upgrading a single class this semester (in case the law school plan doesn't pan out). Do I need to send a preliminary statement of marks, and how do I do it?
It's not that there are easy courses, but the sheer volume of work from those three in particular was just too much to really keep up with. If you want good grades you have to be able to synthesize what you're learning, not just regurgitate it. Like I said, I read almost everything and studied like crazy but it didn't pay off because I didn't spread out my workload enough. Loading up on seminars is not the way to go either. You're right that it would be transparent strategy, and I don't even think my school allows it anyways. My question is not about how to fix my grades. My question is about strategies for finding articles that are less grade-dependent than the OCI process.
Has anyone lived/ knows someone who lives in either Luxe or Masonville Yards? I am interested in either of these places however I wanted to get some feedback on how people find it. I also noticed their costs for either a one or two bedrooms isn't posted online so if anyone know the price range that would be great! Thanks!