LLM after 6 years gap


Hi Everyone,

Right after graduation in India I did my first job for 2 years after which I took a break due to personal reasons, due to which there's a 6 years gap in my CV. During the gap years I did legal and non legal related freelancing jobs on and off, but don't have any proof like work experience letter/payslips/ITR. I got back to working formally with a company in 2017 and have been doing quite well since then. Am very keen on doing an LLM from Canada, but the gap year seems to be a big problem. Do i stand a chance to get an admission or should I just give up on doing an LLM from abroad?
Hi Everyone,

Right after graduation in India I did my first job for 2 years after which I took a break due to personal reasons, due to which there's a 6 years gap in my CV. During the gap years I did legal and non legal related freelancing jobs on and off, but don't have any proof like work experience letter/payslips/ITR. I got back to working formally with a company in 2017 and have been doing quite well since then. Am very keen on doing an LLM from Canada, but the gap year seems to be a big problem. Do i stand a chance to get an admission or should I just give up on doing an LLM from abroad?
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Hi there, I do not see any problem in having a big year gap. I've met a lot of people who took gaps in different activities In life and they came back after and were just great.
Thats why I think you should apply!! You maybe get surprised by an acceptation letter who knows!
Hi there, I do not see any problem in having a big year gap. I've met a lot of people who took gaps in different activities In life and they came back after and were just great.
Thats why I think you should apply!! You maybe get surprised by an acceptation letter who knows!
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Hi there, I do not see any problem in having a big year gap. I've met a lot of people who took gaps in different activities In life and they came back after and were just great.
Thats why I think you should apply!! You maybe get surprised by an acceptation letter who knows!


Thanks so much for your response! I will definitely start applying!

[Edited by legally123 on Aug 26, 2019]

[quote]Hi there, I do not see any problem in having a big year gap. I've met a lot of people who took gaps in different activities In life and they came back after and were just great.
Thats why I think you should apply!! You maybe get surprised by an acceptation letter who knows![/quote]

Thanks so much for your response! I will definitely start applying!
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