159 is an amazing score! Congratulations on that first and foremost! Before you begin questioning whether you write again you should review Saskatchewan's application requirements. Most law schools now are assessing candidates on a holistic basis, meaning they look at your entire application (community involvement, GPA, LSAT, volunteer work, extra curricular etc.) rather than just your GPA and LSAT. I would also recommend that you reach out and speak to a previous student or a second year student to get some more guidance. Alternatively the school advisors are also very helpful. In my experience, the above tactics have helped me... (More)
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