OLSAS – Document Tracking
Applicants are able to monitor their Document Tracking as soon as they create their application. It is your responsibility to ensure that OLSAS receives the application and all required supporting documentation by the required deadline.
Ensure you give your referees sufficient time to complete their references, and submit it to OLSAS by the deadline date. It is your responsibility to ensure your referee receives the email or downloadable form.
Official transcripts are required for each university, college, CEGEP, junior college, graduate school or other postsecondary institution you have registered at.
If you attended, or are currently enrolled at an Ontario university, you must use the online transcript request in the application. Note: The transcript request is not submitted until you submit and pay for your application.
For more information, review the transcript section of the OLSAS Application Guide.
Beginning in mid-December, applicants will have access to their OLSAS GPA calculation. Applicants are responsible for reporting any required changes to their academic record to OLSAS as soon as possible.
Any questions or concerns regarding your GPA should be communicated to OLSAS via email.
All LSAT scores will show as “Not Received” until mid-November. At that time, if your scores are still showing as “Not Received”, you need to do 1 or both of the following:
- Log in to your OLSAS application and provide OLSAS with your LSAC account number under the LSAT Application Link. You will need to complete the “Submit” process for this change to take effect if you have already submitted your application.
- Contact Law Services, to ensure that your account is active.
Note: The collection of LSAT scores by OLSAS is not an automated process. The process is run approximately twice a week during the busy months of November through April. Continue to monitor your application for updates.