I applied on OLSAS to Ontario schools two weeks ago.
Absolutely no anxiety at this point about being accepted to law school.
Is this normal? For those who have applied in the past, were you anxious at all throughout the process?
My understanding from reaching out to a few schools is that you'll be considered for general as well as access if you apply access.
It doesn't seem to be the case that if you fail to meet their criteria for access that they omit you from general.
You when the option exists, apply access.
I'm probably one of the least "woke" students at the Allard School of Law, but that doesn't change the fact that the people I'm referring to have chosen to represent Dow Chemical in contract disputes instead of single parents facing eviction. Sounds like I touched a nerve though.