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Studying law at Canadian universities

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I'm extremely confused by the application process.

I'm currently completing my OUAC applications. I plan on studying law in the future and I'm wondering whether that is possible for me to do if I pick Arts & Sciences.

If you have any additional information on studying law in Canada, that would greatly be appreciated!

I'm applying to: Western, UBC, UofT, Queens, York and SFU with a score of 32-34 for Arts & Sciences. I have quite a large range of extra-curricular activities. What are the chances of getting into these universities?

Thank you!

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For studying Law, you can essentially pick any program for undergrad and it will not affect your chances of getting into Law school.

I believe most Canadian universities look at marks rather than ECs. I think 34+ will get you a spot for ArtSci at all of the universities that you have listed there.

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