I studied something analytical in undergrad and got by without having to write major papers or read tons of stuff. I also dislike debating, public speaking, and speaking in general. Will I be able to survive law school?
I am about finished my Queen's PS, and I have geared it towards wanting to study environmental law due to my biology undergrad. Is this a bad idea given that Queen's doesn't seem to be especially known for their environmental program? I don't even know if that is the case for any law school in Ontario. Just wanted to make sure I don't make a huge misstep.
I have a couple of questions. I know basics about the gpa conversion (the chart they use -4.33 scale) but I'm a little confused on the number of credits drops in my case, as I took some credit/nocredit courses with no percentage/grades given. I have 135 credits in terms of graded ones (I did a fifth year) but I have 144 total credits.
If I drop 6 half year credits my GPA works out to 3.78/4.33
If I drop 8 half year credits, my GPA works out to 3.85/4.33
If I drop 10 half year credits, GPA is 3.90/4.33
My LSAT is a 163.
Does anyone know how many credits I would be able to drop in my situation and also what my chances would be? I can't seem to find answers in the threads or when I call the office its opaque