« on: September 07, 2005, 09:17:35 AM »
This is probably a no brainer. When I first took the lsat i was disappointed with the score 158. I took it as a sign that graduate school wasin my future. A year and a half later I sat for the LSAt again, with much better results 168. Now if I wait another year before applying the 158 will not count for many schools. Yet the 168 will, so I won't have to take the average of 163. Therefore my shot at some of my dream schools, looks better. I just worry about the lost year. But then i console myself with the notion of more money in the bank.. I don't know. I've been aout of college now for 3 years and for the greater part of that wrestled with grad school versus law school. I finally made up my mind, and prepared myslef to apply and go. Yet now I am thinking it may be better to wait a year gain some more WE (as i actually now have a real job) that actually looks like work instead of my camp counselor and odd job bits. Any thoughts?