Be nice. No need to rub it in.
@Zoye, I recommend you score at least in the high 140s to mid 150s Range. Look into this book: The Loophole in LSAT Logical Reasoning: A Fundamentally Fresh, Better Way to Master LSAT Logical Reasoning. Ottawa also cares about your personal statement. Ensure you craft a compelling case on why you want to attend the Faculty.
The LSAT just like all standardized test are garbage and serve a rent seeking function. It proves nothing of your potential as a professional or student. I bombed my SATs (I am American) and I will never forget reading things like “your child will not succeed in college” and that I was “an outlier.”
Yet I graduated 3rd in my class and winded up at an Ivy League school for my MBA. 5 years later I am returning to law school since I was in a joint JD/MBA program but refused to continue being a poor and broke student. So I worked and now I’m back to finish my law degree in Ottawa out of all places. Life is funny.
Check out the book I recommend. 7Sage also helped me with the logic games. Read dense texts like the WSJ and The Economist to get comfortable with RC section. I found that having some background on the topics made me more interested. Don’t give up hope but do create a plan to score as close to the 50th percentile on the LSAT. All other aspects of your application must also glow. Good luck.