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Law Admission Requirements for Canadian Universities

Prequisites and other admission requirements to become accepted to an undergraduate degree, certificate or program in Law.

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Prerequisites Needed to Study Law in Canada

Admission to LL.B. programs is invariably competitive and is based on high academic performance in one’s previous undergraduate work. Students are also expected to perform well on a standardized test called the LSAT, which measures (among other things) reading comprehension and critical thinking skills. Beyond that, each university has its own approach: for example, McGill’s admissions committee “appraises the intellectual capacity of applicants, their curiosity about law, and attends to criteria such as social commitment, political insight, leadership skills, ability to work in teams, maturity, and potential for growth through opportunity or adversity.”

The University of Victoria’s “The Road To Law School” gives students an idea of what to expect:

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