I didnt get a 170 on the lsat.
I did on a practice diagnostic, and 169 actually..Which is a good score, but not the best anyways, so this isnt even impressive.
And what flaw in my logic? I said science students have to go through tougher schedules/semester, and the fact that i did well on the lsat diagnostic (as a 17 yr) - a test that most pre-law students (who are arts majors have to go through) makes sense I did super well
The above poster is a bit rude and callous. I would say that your experience is great, and way above the average applicant’s experience level. Additionally, the 8 years of work experience makes me think that maybe you could apply as a mature student at different universities- sometimes they have lower LSAT averages. I don’t know if TRU specifically has a mature student application, but you should look for programs that do if you aren’t worried about moving to a different province. Some schools, such as Windsor, also consider the more education you’ve obtained, so your master’s degree may help you there!
I hate the LSAT and am applying to these schools with a lower score as well, but if you could stomach a retake and try to break the low 150’s in the January LSAT, I think you’d have an even better chance!
Good luck friend!