I attended a Law Forum last February out at UBC
We all received handouts comparing the stats for all Canadian schools..
I have a contact at UVIC admssions - I'll contact her and see if I can get you some more info
With respect to the 4.33 grading scale.. this is how it works at SFU (we don't work in percentages)
4.33 = A+
4.00 = A
3.67 = A-
remember the figures I posted up were medians..
we had a panel of lawyers at the Forum, and one of them mentioned how he was a English Major from UT and while he was at the top of his class, his average was only a B+.. however, he overcompensated for the less competitive gpa with a strong LSAT mark.. albeit he told me he didn't even study for it..
Sorry forgot to post this up yesterday..
So I heard back from a rep from UVIC admissions... and she pretty much confirmed what we already know..
As Caecilius said, the allocated weights are as follows: gpa 70% and lsat score 30%
As expected, there will be a wide range of LSAT scores and GPAs that are competitive each year.. that's where they have some latitude
but one thing's for sure.. you're have to have a solid gpa.. they accept the odd high B+ or A- average given that you have a phenomenal LSAT mark