« on: October 16, 2003, 02:14:27 PM »
Don't worry about your GPA or LSAT score. I am in the same situation and have really similar stats (3.65 gpa and expect my lsat to be in 140's). I am currently applying to law school, and while I know my LSAT score will make the process challenging, I am certain I will prevail. I would suggest including an addendum noting your history of low standardized test scores despite continuous academic achievement.
Also, your gpa is very good (despite what others have said)! It will definitely be an asset as it is above many school's criteria!
So, I suggest you write a killer personal statement highlighting your successes, get great letters of recommendation, and apply! While you may not get into an "Ivy League," dedication and determination is what will make you an excellent lawyer.