I know someone who's undecided between law and graduate school. Personally, I think you should stick to whatever interests you more. Doing better on a test isn't necessarily a indicator of ability. If you're interested in the material then I guarantee that you'll do well regardless of your test scores.
thanks, although to some extent the lsat is supposed to test my ability as is the mcat.. so on some level shouldnt ability factor into a decision? But passion is passion and it should be factored in as well, I assume. I think I am just a little unnerved. I see all these applicants on here with the 170s etc and i thought that would have been me. But no, I was a lowly 158 and 168 two time test taker. Yet Mcat first time knocked it out of the park. Lets be honest.. I'm competitive and dont want to be at the bottom. I always waffled back and forth between med/law/and graduate program in public health or sociology of medicine.. but had decided on law school. Basically convincing myslef my mcat scores would be much lower than the lsat. oh the rony is killing me.. the cycle for med school apps is basically over.. so it would be next year if i decided to go that route..although i could be totally indecisive and massochistic and try a joint degree program at case western or duke.... Rocky, i've taken the core ourses.. i couldnt imagine anyone sitting through the damn test if they hadn't. the lsat was a cake walk compared to the mcat in terms of time, stress concentration etc.. yet i did worse on it. go figure. my reading comprehension skills just werent up to snuff. which is what really bugs me about law school.... will that come back to bite me in the ass?