I took the LSATs twice last year, bombing my first time (148) and getting a marginal score the second time (154). I didn't make any of my preferred schools (Drexel, Rutgers, or Seton Hall) and after being burnt out I gave up. I still feel a passion for going to law school, and I was wondering if posters here would think it would be a good idea to try again. I know the schools can see my previous scores, and being that my gpa isn't competitive (3.2 adjusted) what would be the chances on pulling my score up enough to be considered for my schools? I took a long Kaplan course the first time around which helped pull me from a 146 to 154 (158 being the highest score). If I take Powerscore or Testmaster, would I be able to see another improvement? Is it worth another grand and the time spent studying to try again, with my previous history? Thanks.