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I am from Montreal (Quebec). I plan to start my law studies at university next fall ! Do you have any advice to share for a good progress please 💪🏻

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Are you already in a law school or is this just a plan? Because if it's the latter, all schools essentially need the LSAT so before you get any other advice you should do a diagnostic to see where you're at. The advice is different if your diagnostic is 140, or 160 or something, and also where you want to go, etc. And if you've just graduated, your GPA also tends to matter a lot so that would factor into the advice given as well.

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11 minutes ago, goodisgood said:

Are you already in a law school or is this just a plan? Because if it's the latter, all schools essentially need the LSAT so before you get any other advice you should do a diagnostic to see where you're at. The advice is different if your diagnostic is 140, or 160 or something, and also where you want to go, etc. And if you've just graduated, your GPA also tends to matter a lot so that would factor into the advice given as well.

If they go to a civil law school in Quebec they won't need an LSAT.

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7 hours ago, goodisgood said:

Are you already in a law school or is this just a plan? Because if it's the latter, all schools essentially need the LSAT so before you get any other advice you should do a diagnostic to see where you're at. The advice is different if your diagnostic is 140, or 160 or something, and also where you want to go, etc. And if you've just graduated, your GPA also tends to matter a lot so that would factor into the advice given as well.

Oh, ok ! I've never heard of it, I'm from Quebec. What is it exactly ? (LSAT)

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7 hours ago, SadNWO said:

If they go to a civil law school in Quebec they won't need an LSAT.

What if it's at the University of Ottawa for example?

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On 11/26/2020 at 6:54 PM, illegaleagle said:

What if it's at the University of Ottawa for example?

yes you need an LSAT 

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4 minutes ago, illegaleagle said:

So that's why students from Quebec go to uOttawa 🤔

Quebec is civil law. If you're practicing in Quebec you will probably go to Quebec. If you want a common law education you'd probably go to other places. 

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1 minute ago, legallybrunette3 said:

It’s too late to apply for Fall 2021 in Ontario. 

Im from Quebec, but thanks

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