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I have a few friends that were accepted to Osgoode via the interview process. Most were mature or aboriginal candidates. I would say that attitude is really important in this process. Be humble and honest when giving your responses. Talk about the barriers you've overcame and how you grew from these experiences. It's a very human to human interaction and not a standard interview process like if you were applying for a job. It's important to be able to tell your life story in a way that resonates with the interviewers and they come out of the interview thinking - Wow. This person sounds like someone that would be an asset to have in a diverse class of law students and someone I want to learn with and work alongside. Make sure to also demonstrate the academic chops to perform in a class of law students, especially if you have been out of school for many years. If your life story resonates with them and you have shown that you can academically perform in the class, you will likely get an offer. The interview process is really to clear up any doubts they may have. Good luck!