For the first few years of practice, how much have you been able to save/invest on an annual basis? Are you aggressively paying down loans or making minimum payments in order to maximize how much you can invest? Do/Did you live with roommates for the first few years of practice to save on rent? How many years into practice will you/did you wait before getting a mortgage?
probably nothing. but your marks do matter. you also said: "almost always", "i am hoping that will be the case for me"
so i think you already know the answer? do the best you can and you don't have to worry
also i don't necessarily think taking a pass over a letter grade matters. everyone else is in the same situation as you
Thank you everyone for your response! Any bit of insight helps. I’m currently living in London Ontario with my family - I have 2 kids going to school here - and wondering if commuting via train is a possibility. Not sure if anyone has done that before. I guess I’ll just have to wait till they release the class schedule and plan from there...
I'm an international student currently in the U.S (I'm an Indian national) and I've been looking into Canadian universities. I wanted to know what are the experiences of other international student out here, how hard was it to get accepted, what were some troubles you faced, how easy was it to apply for a study permit? What were some challenges you faced when applying?
Also the people who have already been accepted and are on campus, what's Canada like for you? And how's law school in general? Do you feel accepted? Homesick? Let me know! I'd love to hear all your experiences!