Friend, you need to calm down. As far as I know, the UofA is the only law school in the country to assess applicants by their average LSAT score. I'm mostly unfamiliar with Ontario law school applications, but it seems to be pretty straightforward.
According to Queens' JD page, for the 2020 admissions cycle, the average L2 GPA was 3.7, while their average highest LSAT was 161. Assuming your L2 GPA is slightly lower than your B2, such as 3.7x, that places you slightly above their GPA average and slightly below their LSAT average. How on earth does this put you out of contention? Not including ECs and whatnot (I don't know to what extent Queen's cares about this stuff), you seem to be an average applicant to that program.
And since when is Queen's the only university in this country? You're competitive not only for Ontario law schools, but for those outside the province!
Drink some tea, pop a melatonin if you have any, and try to sleep. Your anxiety is distorting your perception of your circumstances.
Applying broadly. Question about how applications are ranked.
Average lsat: 156.3
OLSAS GPA B2: 3.83
For example queens and many others rank your application by average lsat. I have taken it 3 times (155, 155, 159). Meaning Average is 156.3 WHICH IS BELOW THE CUT OFF FOR ACCEPTANCE at least at queens. Meaning my application will be viewed towards the very last of the files most likely after all the seats are filled and with Covid it is predicted applications will increase so they prob won’t even look at my application. I don’t have the time and money to apply next year. It’s all in for me .
OLSAS GPA for B2 is 3.83.
Is it all over for me regarding law school?!? Its 4 AM in the morning and I can’t sleep because of this mental break down. idk what to do anymore. It seems everything that can go wrong goes wrong but keeping a bit of hope. writing the lsat one more time but nervous my average lsat will go down YET AGAIN. 🙏🏿 Any help and advice for this girl is appreciated regarding how they sort applications and my chances 🤷🏿♀️🤷🏿♀️. 🤦🏿♀️
I would absolutely mention those circumstances in your application. It will be taken into account - especially as you were able to show significant improvement after your diagnosis. I dealt with several applications which had similar circumstances and recommended admits in some. I generally wouldn't worry about any stigma attached to an ADHD diagnosis with Oz - I worked closely with administration in a number of roles (including mental health/wellness related ones) and have a lot of respect for how they handle previous mental health diagnoses/in terms of providing accommodations.