I wish I could be more open with my coworkers about my declining mental health and work output due to covid, but there's this pressure to seem like you have your shit together. This thread is making me realize we are all probably slowly losing it in our separate home office bubbles but no one is talking about it.
What's hard for me is that my clients seems to still have high expectations of what I'm able to do but my brain just can't produce the same output in the same time that I could pre-covid. Sorry but lawyers are people, not robots!
Hi, I'm sorry to hear about that. Maybe I can help, I was waitlisted with a lower gpa in poli sci, however, I will be completing my BA this semester (90 credits). According to the USherbrooke "Politique d'admission au baccalauréat en droit", once you've completed more than 75 credits in a 1st cycle program, that adds 1 "point" to the CRU. I'm assuming this might be why I was placed on the waitlist and others with a higher GPA but less credits may not have been... but there may be other criteria I'm not aware of. I hope this helped and I wish you the best of luck!
Yes you need 3 years to be a 3rd year applicant, you can't just bounce after your first semester of your 3rd year once you apply. They'll expect you to complete it. You have to hit 90 credits to be a 3rd year applicant.