Thanks a lot, queenslifesci. In my transcripts, 65%-79% is a B. I am not quite sure whether LSAC will treat a 65% as a B, and convert it into a 3 in GPA. That's the thing bothering me cus I have several high 60s (it's pretty normal at Queen's B-school). Anyway, I just leave it to God.
Also, Queen's' avg GPA was 3.25 and avg LSAT was 157. I don't know how this makes the school look but I think it's somewhat respectable.
Hey Qimbz.I was wondering where you got the average LSAT info for the different schools? If possible, could you point me to the source or tell me U of Winnipeg's if you know it. I don't need to know at all, but I'm definitely curious. Thanks, if you can; and thanks anyways, if you can't.
Great info, thanks Qimbz! It's a shame that US schools seem to only be aware or UofT, McGill and York since Queen's is quite clearly as competitive if not more.