Originally Posted by JesterRace
I did nothing law based for my undergrad...its not necessary at all for law school. Everything you need to know for law school...is taught in law school. I was in science. My advice is...do whatever interests you the most. Since a specific undergrad degree does not matter (all that matters is that you get a degree) the degree that interests you the most will PROBABLY yield the highest marks since you actually like the work you are doing and will therefore give you the best chance to get into a law school. This obviously isn't always true, but was my rationale at least for picking an undergraduate program.
I have the marks and have a solid LSAT score, I'm in my third year so I have time to work on my extra curriculars. What kind of extra curriculars do you suggest i get involved with? I'm already an executive in two clubs, tutoring grade 10 students and help the elderly learn how to use technology.