Here're my stats:
L2: 3.6 (but I went on exchange during the first semester of junior year, so my last 2 years only have grades for 3 semesters, how are these situations considered? do they affect anything?)
LSAT: 168~170, this is not an actual score, I'll be taking the LSAT in June and I'm aiming for 168~170. I know it's a bit odd asking people to predict using an aiming score. But given how LSAT can predict law shcool GPA to a certain degree and how future employment depends largely on GPA, and that I'll be paying much more as a foreign student, I don't think I should go to law school unless I can be quite sure that I'll do well in law school.
Average LoR, I'll get 2 LoR from my MA professors, nothing special there
Average ECs, I did some internships at multinational companies, but they are not law related at all. They'd look good if I'm applying for entry level positions at companies, but probably very dull for law school admins, if anything, they might even wonder if I'm serious about law school.
I know that my undergrad GPA is very weak for law school applications and would need a high LSAT score to compensate for that. I simply wasn't thinking about law school during undergrad at all and my GPA is actually quite decent at my uni (anything > 3.0 is considered solid, >3.5 is impressive, >3.7? my guess is fewer than 5 people have that, 3.9? 4.0? You're a unicorn and a faculty legend, lores will be told about you for generations to come). Another thing is, since my undergrad was not from a north america university, does GPA still matter as much? I heard that for US law schools, admins don't care about foreign GPAs at all because they will not be included for law school ranking purpose and rely primarily on LSAT instead. I'm wondering if this is also the case for Canadian law school, but then again, Canadian law schools don't seem to care about ranking as much... And does my MA help at all (my MA cGPA on the other hand though, is through the roof)?
Also, would I get a diversity factor of some sorts? Since I'll be an international student? Then again, Asians are no strangers to law schools.