French horn performance (music)
I know it is definitely too early for me to do legitimate LSAT prep, but I want to know what type of course I should choose to benefit my college education in preparation for law school and the LSAT test? Or, anyone has good advice for starters?? Thanks!!Classes in logic would be helpful, and some undergrad institutions allow students to take them to fulfill a math requirement. I liked math, so I took the math classes. My LSAT prep books were my introduction to formal logic.
With my background I am very interested in patent law...I don't think I could get myself to do medical/dental malpractice.
As far as I know, they look at the LSAC cumulative and not the degree GPA. Even if they do, its not that big a diff. I wouldn't worry about it.