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Hi everyone,

I am in a bit of a tough situation. I'm currently in a summer course for my undergrad and i'm not doing so well in it (I've always been terrible in organic chemistry and i'm not even sure if i can pass the course). My question is: If my offer of admission is not conditional, would it affect my admission status if I don't graduate this October because of this course? Is it terrible to take another course next summer that would make me eligible to graduate from my bachelor's degree in October 2020?

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Do you have an offer now? Is your offer "conditional' or not?

If it is not conditional then it is unconditional. An undergrad degree is NOT a requirement for many if not all law schools in Canada

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3 hours ago, Luckycharm said:

Do you have an offer now? Is your offer "conditional' or not?

If it is not conditional then it is unconditional. An undergrad degree is NOT a requirement for many if not all law schools in Canada

I do. Where would it even say that it is conditional? In the 'Comments' box on OASIS? Because I can't find anything regarding conditions on my offer letter. 

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If you don't see it, then there is none.

you can call up the school to confirm..

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Call the admissions office. You should be okay but just check before you make decisions based on this forum

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48 minutes ago, Luckycharm said:

If you don't see it, then there is none.

you can call up the school to confirm..

 

10 minutes ago, ZineZ said:

Call the admissions office. You should be okay but just check before you make decisions based on this forum

Thank you both for responding. I called the admissions office and they said if there were any conditions, they would be explicitly stated in the second paragraph of my letter. I don't see any on mine so I guess I'll take their word for it...

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