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LOL, all I know about UofT is that a friend of mine was planning on going there after high school. She went for a visit, and once she saw that her dorm room had a nice view of the exercise yard of some prison, she changed her mind and went to Queen's.
P.S. Is it really true that there is a prison next to one of the residences at UofT?
« on: August 21, 2004, 10:10:55 AM »
The only thing that I would be worried about is the fact that you are probably going to change your strategies on LR at the last moment. Will you have enough time in 3 weeks to not only go through the LRB, but also to practice applying the principles you learn to many preptests before the exam? And to solidify those strategies for yourself before the test date?
It seems to me that you may not want to mess with all your previous studying when there are only 3 weeks before the test, IMHO
Good luck, whatever you decide.
I'm a Canadian, and I hate ketchup chips. A few years ago, I also decided that I hate ketchup. I haven't had any ketchup since.
God help me if I ever get stuck in an airport terminal because Canada ceased to exist in the middle of my flight....
I'm Canadian, born and raised in Calgary.
I plan to study in Canada and pretty much stay in Canada... I'm applying to UofA, UBC, UofC, and UVic because I am interested in both environmental law and the petroleum industry, so it only makes sense to stay in Western Canada.
Oh, and I'm not even applying until next year...
« on: August 09, 2004, 10:11:48 PM »
Here's a radical idea...
You could put the LSAT off until December (or whenever you are most comfortable), and then apply really early for Fall 2006!
If you are really worried about having an early application as part of your advantage, this would help, and you won't waste any application fees on rejections...
This is what I'm doing, it's just a thought