latinlord , Your undergrad activities make a stellar list:)! I thought I did a lot in college! With your GPA and your activities, I don't see why the ad comms wouldn't admit you.
If things don't work out I'd recommend a retake, with a test-prep company. You might also want to eliminate as many distractions as you could during that period. Even if you decide to go for a master's, you would still would have to take it again because the prospects
As for Florida Coastal, I just read the application, and it only requires two recommendations (thankfully). It is also possible for you to get into Florida Coastal; the "cutoff point" of 145 doesn't apply for those who have sup-3.0 (above 3.0) averages. For them, the "cut-off point is 140. They key for those in the "possible" ranges (including myself) is
I'll add two to your list that I did not see previously:
With your numbers, St. John's in New York is a possibility.
Appalachian in Virginia is also a possibility.
In Virginia, if you decide to go into government/public sctor work, your tuition debt could be written off. (I know this to be accurate because I was reading an article on JAG's from either the University of Virginia or Regent and it specifically metioned the state law.)
I'll elaborate more on your schools on the list. I have to go and get an application done right now.
hasta la próxima...
Ohhhh you know what!! I mixed up florida costal with Florida international. wow there are a lot of schools in florida. Also do you know if they average scores? yea i was also thinking about Appalachian. I will look at that application, but thanks. good luck on your app!