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Thought I would start this thread for those that are waiting for email invites for interviews under the individual consideration category. 

Who is all hoping to get in under this category? Who is from MB? Who is not? 

Fingers crossed!!!! 

 

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Hoping for an interview BADLY! App in late October. 3.0/4.0 (no drops) and 163 LSAT. BC resident 

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On ‎2‎/‎4‎/‎2019 at 6:33 PM, AbolaHen said:

Hoping for an interview BADLY! App in late October. 3.0/4.0 (no drops) and 163 LSAT. BC resident 

By the lack of response let's hope that not many have applied under this category this year!!! :) Good luck, I hope we hear something this week.

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On 2/10/2019 at 6:38 AM, legallyblonde05 said:

By the lack of response let's hope that not many have applied under this category this year!!! :) Good luck, I hope we hear something this week.

 

Hey I just got an email asking for an interview!!!!!!!

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I just got an email stating I've been selected for interview...I'm very nervous. I'm from MB under IC.

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Any ideas what type of questions they may ask?

 

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I am individual category part time.....

I am waiting on an emails?? I’m terrified. 

I had an interview last year and it was like 

What do you want to do 

why law

you are competing with students with higher gpas, how will you hold up 

tell us about you 

etc

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Cocolamour said:

I am individual category part time.....

I am waiting on an emails?? I’m terrified. 

I had an interview last year and it was like 

What do you want to do 

why law

you are competing with students with higher gpas, how will you hold up 

tell us about you 

etc

 

 

 

That's helpful. Thank you

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