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Bond University (AUSTRALIA) or Leicester University (UK)


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Barry
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4 minutes ago, Jas24 said:

Ahah yeah bro I am aware of that but that being said, I won't be starting school till next September 2022 and that is if I get accepted. 

Are you older? A year is not a huge deal in the grand scheme of a 30+ year career. Bond University will always be there next year if you don't get it, but you're so close to a 160+. I'm not gonna let you do this, i'm sorry, it's just not an option for you. 

 

what's the deadline to apply abroad btw? and wouldn't you start at the same time?

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1 minute ago, Barry said:

Are you older? A year is not a huge deal in the grand scheme of a 30+ year career. Bond University will always be there next year if you don't get it, but you're so close to a 160+. I'm not gonna let you do this, i'm sorry, it's just not an option for you. 

 

ahah appreciate the motivation, yes I have started studying again but you know stigmatized by the rejections two years in a row, like I mentioned before I have seen students with general applications get accepted that have lower score than me. I am 25 year old, been applying since 22 ish. 

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MapleLeafs
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I don't think your stats are the problem. At the minimum, you should have gotten into a Canadian school, such as TRU. Spend some time on your application materials and getting your LSAT score higher, you will likely get in next year. Also, consider LSAT prep companies. I used HarvardReady and I don't think I would be in law school right now without it 

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Barry
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1 minute ago, Jas24 said:

ahah appreciate the motivation, yes I have started studying again but you know stigmatized by the rejections two years in a row, like I mentioned before I have seen students with general applications get accepted that have lower score than me. I am 25 year old, been applying since 22 ish. 

I mean go ahead and apply anyway I guess, but definitely evaluate your LSAT study methods, maybe invest in a tutor, still waaay cheaper than going abroad, no? If you need some tips feel free to DM me. 

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6 hours ago, BondGuy said:

If you're already saddled with the stigma of being NCA I think the letters behind your name are the least of your worries. 

Now that's true, for sure. In context of the LLB vs. JD discussion, you're totally right that it's a difference without a distinction. I just chose to fixate on the throwaway line.

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