Thank you! In part B, I highlighted that my LSAT # does not determine or come close to show who I am as a person and should not be held against me. In addition, I explained how my involvement in working many hours, volunteering in and outside of school has left me with no time to really focus on the LSAT, which we all know needs a lot of time committed to it. I feel like explaining the struggles I have gone through and difficulties I faced, as an immigrant was also very beneficial.
As for my Ec's, I believe I had diverse experiences with commitment. (McDonald's 4 years, became manager at age 18, RBC 3 years, very involved in school being part of clubs and a president of an honour society, attended conferences, competed in moot court competitions, speak a second language, very involved within my church community, shelter outreach, fundraising event organizer, helped with Innocence Canada and Amnesty International etc)
Hope this helps, if you need anything else feel free to MSG me
Best of luck!