« on: March 12, 2010, 10:14:58 PM »
Would a year make a difference in getting into a better law school? I'm ready to graduate and go straight into law school (155/3.4). Most of my Accepts were from my Tier 3 schools (no surprise), and a couple Tier 2s; few pending l;ow Tier 1's.
Think I should work on improving my LSAT and just wait another year to hopefully get into better schools? I took the test twice and only improved a few points, but admit I didn't study or practice much for it. Huge mistake, I know, and am paying for it now - but need your advice: wait a year for law school and try to improve my LSAT or accept my score as is and accept what I have and attend Fall 2010 with the lower ranked schools?
It tears me up thinking I'll have all this debt from a Tier 3 yet I definetely don't want to wait a year if there is a possibility I'll be in the same situation! <I can take harsh criticism and appreciate any straight forward opinion you have - even gentle words>