U of T Admissions 2015-2016


danniejean
Has anyone heard from U of T yet? Just trying to get an idea of when I can expect news. I hate waiting!
Has anyone heard from U of T yet? Just trying to get an idea of when I can expect news. I hate waiting!
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heirofp
I'm also still waiting. best of luck!
I'm also still waiting. best of luck!
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TaxBear
Same here myself. UofT supposed to make all the decisions by the end of March. So if no decision were rendered by the ned of next week, then you would have to wait for a rejection.
Same here myself. UofT supposed to make all the decisions by the end of March. So if no decision were rendered by the ned of next week, then you would have to wait for a rejection.
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uktoug
I just completed the LLM program at UofT. I didn't receive my admission email until March 19th (a friend of mine received hers a day later, and some people in my program did not hear back until the end of March/early April).

So don't lose hope; and good luck to you all!
I just completed the LLM program at UofT. I didn't receive my admission email until March 19th (a friend of mine received hers a day later, and some people in my program did not hear back until the end of March/early April).

So don't lose hope; and good luck to you all!
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danniejean
Thanks for the feedback uktoug! Hopefully I hear soon :) Congrats LucyAsh!
Thanks for the feedback uktoug! Hopefully I hear soon :) Congrats LucyAsh!
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SJUK
I received an offer last week too - very excited!

UKtoug, did you enjoy your LLM? I'd love to hear about your experiences!

Congratulations to all who have received offers, and best of luck to those who are still waiting.
I received an offer last week too - very excited!

UKtoug, did you enjoy your LLM? I'd love to hear about your experiences!

Congratulations to all who have received offers, and best of luck to those who are still waiting.
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TaxBear
Status updated as "Decision Made" but have not received any email. Guess I got rejected. Couldn't be happier because I finally have my closure on applying UofT
Status updated as "Decision Made" but have not received any email. Guess I got rejected. Couldn't be happier because I finally have my closure on applying UofT
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uktoug
I received an offer last week too - very excited!

UKtoug, did you enjoy your LLM? I'd love to hear about your experiences!

Congratulations to all who have received offers, and best of luck to those who are still waiting.


Sorry for the delay in response, SJUK! I did enjoy my LLM. The institution was great. My supervisor and I did not have the best relationship but that was more down to fit than to the establishment itself. There is a wealth of opportunity to work with great peers/faculty members and the social events the Grad Law Students' Association puts together are great. Enjoy your year- it flies by!

If you have any more questions, send me an inbox and I will forward you my email.
<blockquote>I received an offer last week too - very excited!

UKtoug, did you enjoy your LLM? I'd love to hear about your experiences!

Congratulations to all who have received offers, and best of luck to those who are still waiting.</blockquote>

Sorry for the delay in response, SJUK! I did enjoy my LLM. The institution was great. My supervisor and I did not have the best relationship but that was more down to fit than to the establishment itself. There is a wealth of opportunity to work with great peers/faculty members and the social events the Grad Law Students' Association puts together are great. Enjoy your year- it flies by!

If you have any more questions, send me an inbox and I will forward you my email.
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ajyljane
I received an offer from UoT last week. Think I'm going to go for mcgill though!


HI ,I got the offer around end of March. WILL YOU go to U OF t?
<blockquote>I received an offer from UoT last week. Think I'm going to go for mcgill though!</blockquote>

HI ,I got the offer around end of March. WILL YOU go to U OF t?
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llkrishll
Has anyone heard from U of T yet? Just trying to get an idea of when I can expect news. I hate waiting!


I've applied for U of T Admissions 2016-2017 and was wondering if anyone has been admitted yet, but no one active on this forum seems to have applied to U of T this year. I was wondering if any one of you guys remember when the deadline was for your year? This year is March 15th, so I'm wondering if that's why I haven't heard from U of T. I applied in November and I'm starting to lose my mind playing the waiting game! Thanks for any response!
<blockquote>Has anyone heard from U of T yet? Just trying to get an idea of when I can expect news. I hate waiting! </blockquote>

I've applied for U of T Admissions 2016-2017 and was wondering if anyone has been admitted yet, but no one active on this forum seems to have applied to U of T this year. I was wondering if any one of you guys remember when the deadline was for your year? This year is March 15th, so I'm wondering if that's why I haven't heard from U of T. I applied in November and I'm starting to lose my mind playing the waiting game! Thanks for any response!
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TaxBear
UofT would not release its decision before deadline, and I think this will still be the case. Furthermore, it would typically take approx. 2 months for them to make and deliver a decision to you. So, if this year's deadline is March 15, then you should not expect a decision until at least mid of April.
UofT would not release its decision before deadline, and I think this will still be the case. Furthermore, it would typically take approx. 2 months for them to make and deliver a decision to you. So, if this year's deadline is March 15, then you should not expect a decision until at least mid of April.
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llkrishll
UofT would not release its decision before deadline, and I think this will still be the case. Furthermore, it would typically take approx. 2 months for them to make and deliver a decision to you. So, if this year's deadline is March 15, then you should not expect a decision until at least mid of April.


Hello TaxBear,

Thank you for your reply. I can now stop clicking the refresh button and get back to my life...lol

Many thanks,
llkrishll
<blockquote>UofT would not release its decision before deadline, and I think this will still be the case. Furthermore, it would typically take approx. 2 months for them to make and deliver a decision to you. So, if this year's deadline is March 15, then you should not expect a decision until at least mid of April. </blockquote>

Hello TaxBear,

Thank you for your reply. I can now stop clicking the refresh button and get back to my life...lol

Many thanks,
llkrishll
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TaxBear
Don't mention it. Some insider information for you to consider:

Last year UofT LLM program did not enrol as many candidates as it did in previous years. But, this does not mean the UofT will lower its standard for admission this year, but I do see it postpone its deadline for application.

Additionally, the new law school building has been completed so if you were admitted, you would be able to study in the new building, which is fantastic.
Don't mention it. Some insider information for you to consider:

Last year UofT LLM program did not enrol as many candidates as it did in previous years. But, this does not mean the UofT will lower its standard for admission this year, but I do see it postpone its deadline for application.

Additionally, the new law school building has been completed so if you were admitted, you would be able to study in the new building, which is fantastic.
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llkrishll
Don't mention it. Some insider information for you to consider:

Last year UofT LLM program did not enrol as many candidates as it did in previous years. But, this does not mean the UofT will lower its standard for admission this year, but I do see it postpone its deadline for application.

Additionally, the new law school building has been completed so if you were admitted, you would be able to study in the new building, which is fantastic.


Hi TaxBear,

Thank you for the further insight. I know the deadline got postponed from December 15th to January 15th because of the delay in the results from TOEFL (at least that's what the email in December from admissions said)...but I have no clue why it's been postponed to March 15. Anyhow, how do you like it at UofT? I really hope I get accepted, UofT is my #1 choice!

Thanks,
llkrishll
<blockquote>Don't mention it. Some insider information for you to consider:

Last year UofT LLM program did not enrol as many candidates as it did in previous years. But, this does not mean the UofT will lower its standard for admission this year, but I do see it postpone its deadline for application.

Additionally, the new law school building has been completed so if you were admitted, you would be able to study in the new building, which is fantastic.</blockquote>

Hi TaxBear,

Thank you for the further insight. I know the deadline got postponed from December 15th to January 15th because of the delay in the results from TOEFL (at least that's what the email in December from admissions said)...but I have no clue why it's been postponed to March 15. Anyhow, how do you like it at UofT? I really hope I get accepted, UofT is my #1 choice!

Thanks,
llkrishll
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TaxBear
I don't know about your background and why you choose UofT for LLM, so I would just address the reason why I choose UofT and my feedback will be based on my purpose and background.

You can have a variety range of course choices at UofT, but you are limited by the course selection limit (28 credits max.). You may choose Canadian Admin. Law to satisfy your NCA requirements, and as an LLM, you cannot choose any other Canadian 1L courses. There are some courses not available for LL.M. students and don't even bother to petition for permission.

Your classmates will consist of most J.D. students, but you will be graded differently. You can option to write take-home exam instead of 3 hour in-class exam, and to do yourself a favor, just do take-home.

Do plan your time accordingly because there are a lot of extracurricular activities, events and guest speeches. Other than that, don;t bore yourself too much with study and try to enjoy the City of Toronto more.

Good Luck!
I don't know about your background and why you choose UofT for LLM, so I would just address the reason why I choose UofT and my feedback will be based on my purpose and background.

You can have a variety range of course choices at UofT, but you are limited by the course selection limit (28 credits max.). You may choose Canadian Admin. Law to satisfy your NCA requirements, and as an LLM, you cannot choose any other Canadian 1L courses. There are some courses not available for LL.M. students and don't even bother to petition for permission.

Your classmates will consist of most J.D. students, but you will be graded differently. You can option to write take-home exam instead of 3 hour in-class exam, and to do yourself a favor, just do take-home.

Do plan your time accordingly because there are a lot of extracurricular activities, events and guest speeches. Other than that, don;t bore yourself too much with study and try to enjoy the City of Toronto more.

Good Luck!
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llkrishll
I don't know about your background and why you choose UofT for LLM, so I would just address the reason why I choose UofT and my feedback will be based on my purpose and background.

You can have a variety range of course choices at UofT, but you are limited by the course selection limit (28 credits max.). You may choose Canadian Admin. Law to satisfy your NCA requirements, and as an LLM, you cannot choose any other Canadian 1L courses. There are some courses not available for LL.M. students and don't even bother to petition for permission.

Your classmates will consist of most J.D. students, but you will be graded differently. You can option to write take-home exam instead of 3 hour in-class exam, and to do yourself a favor, just do take-home.

Do plan your time accordingly because there are a lot of extracurricular activities, events and guest speeches. Other than that, don;t bore yourself too much with study and try to enjoy the City of Toronto more.

Good Luck!


Hi TaxBear,

Thank you for sharing your experience at U of T. I will be clearing all of my NCAs in one sitting in May (and will hopefully pass). I'm primarily interested in IP and I've checked on the website for the IP courses offered at U of T...I hope they'll offer them all this year. And more importantly, I hope I get an offer of acceptance.. lol! Still waiting.... impatiently, as you can tell. Thanks for the kind wishes and wish you all the best in your future endeavours as well.

Cheers,
llkrishll
<blockquote>I don't know about your background and why you choose UofT for LLM, so I would just address the reason why I choose UofT and my feedback will be based on my purpose and background.

You can have a variety range of course choices at UofT, but you are limited by the course selection limit (28 credits max.). You may choose Canadian Admin. Law to satisfy your NCA requirements, and as an LLM, you cannot choose any other Canadian 1L courses. There are some courses not available for LL.M. students and don't even bother to petition for permission.

Your classmates will consist of most J.D. students, but you will be graded differently. You can option to write take-home exam instead of 3 hour in-class exam, and to do yourself a favor, just do take-home.

Do plan your time accordingly because there are a lot of extracurricular activities, events and guest speeches. Other than that, don;t bore yourself too much with study and try to enjoy the City of Toronto more.

Good Luck!</blockquote>

Hi TaxBear,

Thank you for sharing your experience at U of T. I will be clearing all of my NCAs in one sitting in May (and will hopefully pass). I'm primarily interested in IP and I've checked on the website for the IP courses offered at U of T...I hope they'll offer them all this year. And more importantly, I hope I get an offer of acceptance.. lol! Still waiting.... impatiently, as you can tell. Thanks for the kind wishes and wish you all the best in your future endeavours as well.

Cheers,
llkrishll
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sean1979
Ilkrishll,

I also applied, very late I might add, just a few weeks prior to the deadline, and notice that my application still reads under review. Best of luck to you on your application. Let me know if you hear anything and I will do the same?

I am happy to hear that it is unlikely that anyone has heard anything yet. Means we are all still in the running!
Ilkrishll,

I also applied, very late I might add, just a few weeks prior to the deadline, and notice that my application still reads under review. Best of luck to you on your application. Let me know if you hear anything and I will do the same?

I am happy to hear that it is unlikely that anyone has heard anything yet. Means we are all still in the running!
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llkrishll
Ilkrishll,

I also applied, very late I might add, just a few weeks prior to the deadline, and notice that my application still reads under review. Best of luck to you on your application. Let me know if you hear anything and I will do the same?

I am happy to hear that it is unlikely that anyone has heard anything yet. Means we are all still in the running!


Hi sean1979,

I heard back from U of T and got waitlisted. .. the waiting game continues! Any news on your end?
<blockquote>Ilkrishll,

I also applied, very late I might add, just a few weeks prior to the deadline, and notice that my application still reads under review. Best of luck to you on your application. Let me know if you hear anything and I will do the same?

I am happy to hear that it is unlikely that anyone has heard anything yet. Means we are all still in the running! </blockquote>

Hi sean1979,

I heard back from U of T and got waitlisted. .. the waiting game continues! Any news on your end?
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a.taha
Hi guys, I've applied for 2017-2018 and was wondering if anyone has been sent their application result yet. the deadline was 20th of April. Anyone?
Hi guys, I've applied for 2017-2018 and was wondering if anyone has been sent their application result yet. the deadline was 20th of April. Anyone?
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