Frequently Asked Questions: Law (OLSAS)

What is the difference between a provisional and a firm acceptance?

Applications: Law (OLSAS) Categories: After Applying

A provisional acceptance means that you can indicate that you want your applications to other programs to remain active. All provisional acceptances automatically become firm on July 3, 2020. A firm acceptance means that you will be removed from the wait lists of all other choices on your application.

What should I include in the Sketch/School Submissions/Verifiers sections?

Applications: Law (OLSAS), Medical (OMSAS) Categories: During Application

Applicants must decide for themselves which information to include in the autobiographical sketch, the individual school submissions, and the verifiers list. We are unable to advise you on the sketch, as the universities want to see how applicants choose to present their information. Please use your own discretion. Note: Changes and/or corrections to the autobiographical…

Where do I complete the personal statements/submissions for the law schools?

Applications: Law (OLSAS) Categories: During Application

Once you have selected your law school choices, you can click “School Submissions” and then the specific university to complete your submission.

Why was my exchange institution added? I did not add this institution since the credits appear on my home university transcript.

All postsecondary institutions attended should be disclosed within your “Academic Background”, and all transcripts must be provided from each institution.