I have a GPA of 2.6 and I took my first LSAT practice test and got a 138. I was wondering if I would be able to get accepted into any ABA law schools? If not, are there any schools that are not ABA approved?
With those numbers you WONT get in, Don't even bother with those numbers. However since it was only your first practice, I think you can still get into an ABA approved. ON the first practice test I took I got a 144. I eventually peaked at a 160 after alot of practice.(although I got a 157 on test day). Don't accept that 138 is the best you can do, no matter what anyone tells you, you CAN study for this test, just like you can study for a math test, even though the questions will be different.
I would reccomend taking the powerscore or Testmasters course if you live close enough to one. If not, take get the powerscore books and Every released LSAT. Do at least 70 percent of the material(if not all). At first don't worry about speed, just worry about comprehension, speed will come. Since you have a really low GPA you will need to spend an enermous amount of time studying for the LSAT. It can be done, just realize what you are getting yourself into. If you can take 3 months off to do nothing but study, then great. If not, I would say study for 10 hours a week for a year.
my reccomendation is to give it a try. If you do your best and still can't score high enough, well then at least you gave it a shot and wont spend your life regretting not giving it a shot.