Realistic Chances of Admission in Peter A. Allard School of Law (University of British Columbia) Posted August 1 18 hours ago, meandtheboys said: You definitely have a shot, but it's worth noting that rather than being assessed on your ECs your PS is assessed based on how well you can answer the three preset questions. Someone with average to no ECs but better PS responses will probably do better than someone with great ECs but lackluster responses. If you can get a 166, that together with an 84.1 guarantees that your PS isn't even read and will get you first round admission. That completely makes sense! Thanks for clarifying that and I’ll definitely be sure to try and score the 166 for the October LSAT. Thank you!!