Possibly! But on this forum you also can't account for equity and diversity considerations that are important to every university (in theory at least). There are of course considerations for race, culture, etc., but also for academic interests and life experiences. So it may be early offers had better personal statements or ECs, but it could also be that the university thinks their life experience/background will contribute greatly to the diversity of the class.
People here are getting all up in arms about $1000 shoes, but there are probably plenty of people at your offices every day who are easily wearing $2000 on them and you would have no idea - take a Hugo Boss/Theory suit and a shirt, quality shoes, watch/jewellery, and a tote. None of that is necessarily flashy or tacky.
I wrote at the KPU testing centre in Surrey B.C.
- Don’t have to drive all the way into Van if you’re from farther east.
- Next to Surrey central if you need to hit the mall or something. You can knock 2 birds with one stone and get your passport renewed.
- Not an overwhelming amount of test takers.
- Lots of parking.
- Friendly and helpful staff.
- Large and well-lit rooms, lots of natural light. Large and comfortable desks.
- Right next to the Skytrain.
- Right next to the skytrain.
- It’s in Surrey so there’s lots of sirens.
- Easy to fuck up and go to the main KPU campus if you’re stupid like I am.
- Probably in a bad location for anyone not based in Surrey. Having to drive 90 minutes for an 8:30 test time wasn’t my favourite.
Overall it was fine, I’d easily recommend it if it was the only option, or the closest one, as it was for me. I only wrote once on the second iteration of the electronic LSAT, so my experience might not be representative.