« on: October 28, 2003, 02:57:16 PM »
I took the LSAT in June and got a 163, which was very low for where I'd been testing. I just re-took and was v. happy to get a 176, which was more reflective of where I'd been scoring in practice. My question is: with a 3.4 and having been in the work force for nearly 5 years (no recent academic work, no master's, etc.), how much will my latter score count? I don't want to be audacious by applying to top 5 schools if it's definitely going to be a no-go....can anyone advise?