I've recently decided to go to law school - I have been in the work force (working in international relations and non-profit management) for four years since my undergrad and ready to sink my teeth into McGill Law!
My undergrad cGPA is 3.2/4.3 (so.. not great compared to most in this forum) but unbelievable ECs (the only recipient in my graduating class to receive a medal from my alma mater for involvement in the community), glowing references lined up (including the CEO of my current employer, which is a government Crown Corporation), and am fully bilingual.
I understand I have to write the LSAT due to my cGPA. However, application deadlines for Sept 2019 start is November 1. I haven't started studying (will buy the materials this weekend) but my question is: if I don't write the LSAT by Nov 1 (I dont think I will be ready, I have a full time job), do you know if/can test results received late be considered? From your experience, do you think I should kiss a Sept 2019 start goodbye if I don't write by Nov 1? When is the latest you think I can write to have a shot?
Thanks in advance for your advice!