I was under the impression that in general, the LSAC gpa was all that mattered.
With exams, using the fact pattern to identify all issues, and the non-issues as well, is more impoartnat than graamar and some typos? I find that interesting. From my understanding, most 1L exmas are closed book, but it opens up typically as you progress to 2L and 3?
How many hours do you think the typical 2L or 3L works during the semester outside of law school (like at a firm or agency)?
You should just rack up tens of thousands in student loans. Most students who go to law school do this and have no financial problems unless you are truly irresponsible.
Again we said the same thing.
So should I just apply and hoping that my CPA will help me a little, or spend more time to study and retake the LSAT?
A 3.23 with a b.a. in bio and a b.s. in chem or a 3.33 with only a b.a. in bio.
Does getting more than one degree matter? Or is it purely a numbers game?
I made those numbers out of thin air, but I think they portray an accurate estimate.