Aight welp, all I wanted to know what what type of stats id need to get in for uofC law as a 3rd yr, and I wasnt able to get any help from anyone who commented here.
Luckily for me, someone who got into uofC law as a 3rd year pmed, and told me a 3.85+ and 165+ on the lsat is competitive enough to get into uofc law as a 3rd yr.... they actually got in with similar stats.
So I will be applying to all ontario schools (whom accept 3rd yrs), as well as UBC, and UofA/UofC Law schools in 3rd yr.! I will not be responding to any more comments of anyone here, and im sorry if anything i said triggered arts majors (just stated what all my upper yr friends in STEM have told me)
So good luck to the rest of you guys applying to law schools.... hope yall do well whether you are applying as a 4th, or 5th yr, or as a 3rd yr like me!
Best of luck
you can't compare an elective to a required course. That's another flaw.
Your sample size is also unrepresentative. It includes anecdotal evidence from friends of yours, and things you've heard from other student. You also may have skills conducive to succeeding in STEM courses and don't practice music or art, so yes they'll all seem easier.
These are all flaws that were present in your argument, that you would find in a typical logical reasoning question on the LSAT. Good luck with it!
You need a higher LSAT. SNAILS is right (and isn't being rude or callous as far as I can see). If you want to get into law school, you need to bear down on that. A score in the 140s won't get you in anywhere in Canada.
Take a look at our LSAT forum. Lots of good advice and suggestions there.