So I am thinking of applying virtually everywhere in Canada this fall and I just wanted to see what my chances for admission are. My CGPA is 3.7/4 (A-) with a Last 3/Best 3 of 3.85/4 (A). Good references lined up, strong ECs (Exec for 2 clubs and lots of volunteering), cultural exchange and work experience in the public and private sector. What kind of LSAT score would I need to have a good chance of admission at a place like UBC or McGill? I am currently having a hard time with the LSAT. I am currently scoring in the mid/low 150s and will be taking it in October.
Does anyone use 7sage for law school itself? Law school studying/supplementing/concepts etc. They seem to have courses for law school studying but I'm not sure how relevant or helpful these are. I've only seen people suggest 7sage for LSAT. Are the courses there even relevant to Canadian law? Thanks!
Precisely. At the end of the day, you are comparing yourself with everyone else who got in/has certain potential to get in, not everyone else who took the test. If we assume median roughly equals 50% percentile (of people who got in), a low 160s is not a 'high' score, especially in light of the fact that one may want to wager whether whatever qualifies as a high score, might offset to some degree their low GPA.
But granted, it depends what schools you're considering. He did say he is considering all schools in Canada so maybe a 'high' LSAT isn't really required. Assuming his L2 and/or B3 is good, he might have a chance at at least one LS.
I do get where you're coming from though.