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  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!!


  2. 17 hours ago, LawStudentOfCanada said:

    You have a very good chance. With a 163 Im guessing you'd receive admissions in March but, if you could get a 166 would get admissions in January or earlier. I would be surprised if you didn't get in, many people get in with lower stats. 

    Thank you so much! This definitely makes me feel better because I was panicking after receiving my score since I didn’t think I’d get in. I really appreciate this! 


  3. Hey everyone!

    I just wanted to come on here and ask about what my chances of admission realistically are. I'm going into my fourth year of business at the University of Alberta and my LSAT score is 163 (planning to write again in October), my cGPA as of right now (with drops, not confirmed) is 84.10% (3.92/4.33) and I have quite a few softs/EC (lots of debate, case competitions, TA for a first-year Business Class, volunteered at Elizabeth Fry, executive of multiple clubs, etc). 

    UBC is my dream school and while I do plan to re-do my LSAT since it's lower than the median grade, I just wanted to check and see if my chances of admission are out the window without a higher LSAT score or if I might still have a chance even with the 163. Thank you all so much!!

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