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Am I too late if I apply for Canada Fall Intake 2020 in December?

Am I too late if I apply for Canada Fall Intake 2020 in December?Am I too late if I apply for Canada Fall Intake 2020 in December?2021-06-21 05:29:30Mr_马

It is possible for you to apply in December but will be a hectic process.

Most programs have their deadline in December and they also have multiple rounds with last round deadline up until Early March, so do not worry.

Take GRE and IELTS/TOEFL as soon as possible (if asked by the program you are applying to).

You will also need your official transcripts (in-progress is fine at this stage) so apply with your university as soon as you can. Many programs will only need you to scan those and upload. But be mindful of whether the programs you are applying to require you to mail them the official transcripts or ‘scan and upload’. Remember, it will take anywhere between 15–20 days for your official transcript to be ready after you apply with your university, add few more days for delivery via mail.

Also, prepare your resume and personal statement as per the requirements of the programs you will be applying to.

Additionally, you will have to ask your professors or superiors (if going for professional LOR) for recommendations.

It will be better for you to acquire the service of professional education consultants, as it will be a very hectic process for you in this short timeline, and the consultants will certainly help you along the way. They will also be helpful if you have any queries. More importantly, they will make sure that you do not make any rectifiable mistake.

I will recommend you to go for February deadline along with the use of consultant services.

Good Luck!!

I am in my late thirties, is it too late for law school?

I am in my late thirties, is it too late for law school?2021-06-19 02:01:16Mr_宇文

I obtained a law degree when I was in my early 40s. I was working full-time, and had a wife and two young children. It was tough on me, and maybe tougher on my wife.

I do not practice law, other than do some basic things for family and friends. However, I do not regret having the legal education and knowledge of law. It is practical in many ways.

One of the reasons I decided not to practice law full time is that I actually earn more in the software industry than I would as an attorney. It's true.

One myth about the legal profession is that all lawyers are wealthy and make multiple six-figure salaries straight out of law school. Not true. Not all of us can graduate top of the class at Yale, Harvard or Stanford.

Also, many glamorize the legal profession. Forget about winning a landmark case, settling a multi-million dollar law suit, or saving an innocent defendant from the death penalty. Those are very rare and mostly happen in movies. Most legal work is mundane, repetitious, and trivial.

I am probably not the best one to answer your question, but I would say that it is equally split among my lawyer friends who love their profession and find it very rewarding (emotionally, if not financially), and others who despise their choice of professions.

For working adults, I would suggest that a law degree works best if you can use it to advance up a corporate ladder.

In terms of a worthy job in the field of law, there are opportunities to give time or work at a legal aid society or legal clinic. But, just be prepared for the unexpected. These altruistic efforts are not what you would expect. You'll get your fair share of liars, people wanting to avoid obligations or hoping for an easy or quick solution to a problem that was years in the making.

So, in conclusion, study law for the practical knowledge. There will be opportunities to do good, especially if you can apply the law in combination with your prior experience and knowledge. For example, with my knowledge of music, I can help aspiring songwriters copyright their recordings and original songs. As a software engineer, I have helped several inventors obtain patents.

Is it too late to start preparing for the GRE so that I can apply for MS in Fall 2019?

Is it too late to start preparing for the GRE so that I can apply for MS in Fall 2019?2021-06-26 16:21:11Mr_司寇

Not at all.

Average GRE preparation takes about 2–3 months. I’d say if you start right this moment to study, you can schedule your GRE exam towards Mid November.

Be mindful about the application deadlines of the universities that you want to apply for. Deadlines vary anywhere from December 2018 to March/ April 2019. If most of the universities that you want to apply for have application deadlines early next year then you can take another shot at GRE exam to improve scores, if needed.

Can I still take the GRE (in December 17) for Fall 2018, or is it too late?

Can I still take the GRE (in December 17) for Fall 2018, or is it too late?2021-06-20 15:35:27Mr_李

You can take, but be prepared to rally for making your SOPs and applications. Try and keep other stuff ready before GRE. It will speed your application process. Stuff you might want to work on:

  1. shortlisting your universities and ensuring they have far away deadlines
  2. Starting your SOP
  3. Starting your C.V./resume
  4. Applying for college transcripts (some uni like mine take ages)
  5. Check for any special requirements of your course, and prepare for those
  6. If you belong to a non English speaking country, then get done with toefl. Results can take 11–15 days to come

Is June 2020 too late to apply for universities in Canada for fall 2020?

Is June 2020 too late to apply for universities in Canada for fall 2020?2021-08-27 00:20:18Mr_花

In the normal course of things - this is late - but under the present circumstances, many universities may accept your applications -

Because of the pandemic, many accepted students would opt out in 2020–21 academic session. The courses would have several vacant seats - and you are likely to be accommodated in any of these.

But first you should contact the respective universities stating you intent to apply for this year - based on their feedback, you can take your decision.

By - Rituparna Roy Chowdhury

Admissions Consultant - Statement of Purpose, India.

Is it too late to take TOEFL in October if I want to apply for the fall 2019 session?

Is it too late to take TOEFL in October if I want to apply for the fall 2019 session?2021-06-17 10:40:42Mr_酆

I don’t think so. Universities generally start their applications in late October- November, so you should be good to go!

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