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LSAT Testing Center Locations near Toronto

LSAT Test Center LocationJuly 2018Sept. 2018Nov, 2018Jan, 2019
St. Basil-the-Great College School
University of TorontoXX
Madonna Catholic Secondary SchoolX
Humber Inst of Tech & Advanced LearningX
Father John Redmond Catholic Secondary School×

Law schools in Ontario

LSAT Center LocationNat. RankAvg. LSATAccept. %Avg. Salary
University of Toronto Faculty of Law#116610%$90,000
York University Osgoode Hall Law School#216212.5%$83,000
University of Western Ontario Western Law#91626.3%N/A
University of Windsor Windsor Law#14N/A8.9%N/A
Queen’s University Faculty of Law#31618.5%N/A
University of Ottawa Faculty of Law#10 / #3*N/A25.4%N/A

Common Law Rank according to Maclean’s Magazine
* denotes Civil Law Rank