all years of undergraduate study, but UBC drops lowest 12 credits from calculation of admissions GPA for applicants who have graduated and drops lowest 6 credits from admissions GPA for applicants in their third year of college.
"Undergraduate academic performance is a significant numerical factor in the evaluation process. Most successful applicants have at least an A- or 80% average overall (CGPA). The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is mandatory for all applicants. The Faculty of Law does not have a cut-off or minimum score requirement. However, the Law School looks for an LSAT score above the 70th percentile."