Way, way lower ceiling and still very competitive - can take years to find the kinds of positions you're talking about (Transit driver I'm very skeptical of in general though). I'll grant you CPA, CFA, *some* compsci (the lucky ones who land big tech roles - a small minority), consulting, and IB (assuming you land these insanely competitive roles). However, the suggestion that running your own business in any way shape or form (be that in realty, trades, or whatever else) involves less debt and resistance than three years in law school is suspect.
Again, never said it’s easier. You might say that the skills you acquire from skating might demonstrate your ability to apply to a particular sports team.
I also never said for sure that admissions even would take that into account, just that some factors might influence a 3rd year acceptance . I know arts degrees are difficult , I know there are aspects that a stem person could never. That wasn’t my point.
I could also add (e.g if your stem degree is from trump university vs your fine arts from Juilliard)
Please forgive us mighty STEM overlord. We were fooled by your inability to construct proper sentences. If only we'd known that you'd taken *arts electives* and found them "easy asf". Having been properly chastened we will return to the arts pits where our ilk reside.
I graduated from UBC and we use a percentage grading system. I wanted to know what my gpa would be on various scales. My L2 is 82.4% and cumulative is 77%. I understand each school has different scales, but any indication?