everything LSAT i have is written in pencil and i don't have the powerscore book. i do have nova's master the LSAT which is completely unused and comes with some sort of software program, though.
are you graduating from UBC or SFU? why don't you want to apply to UBC? that is my first choice, although uvic is a close second.
So this is the thing. UBC is situated in a beautiful campus.. and it's progressively gaining international reputation under Martha Piper's leadership.. and it's a great school
More foreigners would probably recognize UBC more than UVIC or SFU
However, I've heard mediocre things about UBC Law.. whereas amazing things about UVIC and UT
I regard these universities highly according to the anectodal evidence I have
But again, your criteria for law school selection might be very different from mine!
UVIC also has coop which I thought was very appealing... a strong business coop program is one of the reasons I chose SFU over UBC for my undergrad (also at UBC, you had to go thru Arts to get to Bus)
UVIC Law will be way harder to get into compared to UBC - there are more stringent requirements
Just go to their website and check out the profiles of these students.. very impressive
which is another dimension I weigh heavily.. the quality of the student body
Just my two cents