just got my schedule on monday. i'm excited as well...and pretty nervous
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When I said "survival" what I meant was...I want to work hard, I want to do well, but first and foremost I don't want to spend 25k and fail out. The school I'll be attending fails the bottom 15% and if everything is riding on one exam, people who have a bad test day could face some serious consequences.
So like I said...I want to survive, and in 3 years, I want to have graduated from law school.
What would you suggest? I worked in TV for 2.5 years and that's a profession crumbling faster than news papers.
I've tried looking for PR work but was unsuccessful. I'm really hoping I do well in school and can land a decent job in Texas. Is that really that far-fetched an idea?
my GPA was a 2.9, my LSAT a 151...and the truth is I did put in some study time for the exam.
The tuition is about 25k per year...I was rejected from the only state school I applied to.
It just seems like the extra education would help me late in life. On the other hand, I do have about 15k saved up and am absolutly terrified of failing out of law school.