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On 7/12/2019 at 8:26 AM, nocallerID said:

Did anyone receive an ITC who has not heard from that firm yet? Anyone heard from Abo boutique firms yet this AM? 

No, but I got a call from a firm that did not send me an ITC hah!

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does anyone know the number of people the Vancouver firms tend to interview for a spot? 

want to scope out my chances going into this 

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I posted this question a few days back in a different part of this forum. Check out the answers:

 

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On 7/16/2019 at 1:16 PM, sadlawstudent said:

anyone know the number of people the Vancouver firms tend to interview for a spot? 

I don't know about every firm but I know of a firm that interviewed 50 applicants for ~3 spots.

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