So I have no idea whatsoever what my chances are like...
I am in second year right now, and applying as a special applicant.
My GPA is a 2.87/4.0 at U of T engineering (I don't know how much they consider your program but there was one vague sentence about it in the applicant handbook so just in case), I scored a 167 on the January LSAT, and I have a strong Sask connection (went to Elementary and HS there, sister works at U of S). I have two reference letters from HS teachers and one from a practicing lawyer.
Basically I wanted to do law originally, but didn't really want to do a more typical pre law degree so I chose engineering thinking if I liked it I could just stick with that instead or do law after normally. Turns out I really dislike the program here and I made the decision to swap to law right now if possible as U of S allows second year applicants. Only had a couple weeks to study for LSAT but it turned out alright, and now I still have no idea what my chances are. As far as I know I could be basically 0% or 100%, so even a vague narrowing down of that range would be much appreciated. Thanks!