« on: July 19, 2004, 07:21:04 PM »
Yes, I am that person that has been trying to get into law school for the past two years. I too have a very low LSAT score. Through the process of studying for and taking the LSAT I was tested and learned that I have a learning disability. I retook the LSAT with additional time and raised my score ten points. Yet, although I achieved a score in the mid 150's it has not been enough to get me into law school.
I went to a top 20 liberal arts school, graduated with a 3.3, then did a year of a masters program and achieved a 3.5 GPA, and I still can not get into anything above a tier four school. I too have excellent recommendations, etc. Botton line people, if you want to get into law school, find a way to raise your LSAT score because the sad reality is that it is all any of the schools seem to care about.