Although they are written about the UK legal system, they are applicable to Canadian Common law too. If you are interested in learning more about the law in general, or studying law, these are very informative.
Letters to a Law Student (2nd ed.) by Nicholas J. McBride
What About Law: Studying Law at University (2nd ed.) by Catherine Barnard, Graham Virgo and Janet O'Sullivan
The Law Machine by Marcel Berlins and Clare Dyer
Law: A Very Short Introduction by Raymond Wacks
International Law: A Very Short Introduction by Vaughan Lowe
Environmental Law: A Very Short Introduction by Elizabeth Fisher
Critical Thinking: the basics by Stuart Hanscomb
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Thank you so much for the words of encouragement. I actually wrote the MCAT this January and got a 524 (132 C/P, 131 CARS, 130 B/B, 131 P/S). However, I only wrote it because all my friends wrote it and I guess I didn't want to feel left out (sad I know). I started realizing fairly early on (probably in fall of second year) that medicine may not be for me. The more I researched the profession of medicine, the more I felt that I wasn't suited to be a doctor since I just couldn't see myself being able to handle the responsibility of having a patient's life in my hands. This hesitancy is also probably a large contributor as to why I never pursued ECs with as much passion as my premed peers. On the other hand, the more I research the profession of law, the more passionate I become about pursuing law school. In fact I currently find studying for the LSAT to be much more enjoyable and rewarding compared to studying for the MCAT, which was basically just me doing half an hour of Anki flashcards at breakfast every morning.
I realize that many may think me a fool to waste a 524 MCAT, but I really do think that I will enjoy being a lawyer more than being a doctor. Thank you so much to everyone for giving me the reassurance I needed to pursue this dream. I'm gonna grind through those 95 PTs on 7Sage and hopefully break into the 170s before walking into that exam room!