McGill definitely has one of the most holistic admission criteria insofar as Canadian law schools are concerned, so I wouldn't freak out too much about your LSAT. From what you've mentioned, your profile definitely seems like it will be of interest to the admissions committee, but like many have noted on this forum before, McGill's admission decisions seem to be a bit of a black-box due to their being so holistic. I definitely don't think your dreams are out of reach by any means though. As someone who was admitted more for their "soft" application factors (i.e. CV/LoRs/PS) than their grades or LSAT, I understand where you're coming from and any imposter syndrome feelings you might be having, but (from a completely subjective perspective) I personally feel as though you have a decent shot based on your extracurriculars/background (i.e. graduate degree, varsity athlete, community involvement, LoRs). Also more than happy to chat via PM if you have any specific questions!
Hi I am applying this round and wondering if anyone knows how the admissions process works if you are applying in the index score category and writing the January LSAT. I have a November LSAT score so will I be considered for early offers based on that, and then reassessed based on the January LSAT score? Or will I only be assessed after Jan LSAT scores are released and given a score based off the higher one (NOV/JAN)
Please if someone knows please let me know ASAP I contacted admissions and never heard back.