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Minority and Non-Traditional Law Students / Re: where to start on my ps
« on: January 06, 2006, 05:19:29 PM »
A book that I found very helpful when developing my PS is Essay That Will Get You Into Law School.  It is published by Barrons.  Good luck. 


I am applying to law school for fall 2006 and just received my 12/05 lsat score: a 152.  I took many timed, proctored practice tests and received considerably higher scores of 161-162.  I blame my result on the condition of the test site and have filed a complaint with LSAC (they have refused to take any responsibility).  I will include an addendum with my application explaining the situation.  I have a 3.59 GPA, a CPA license, 4 years work experience as a public accountant and have been involved in numerous extracurricular and volunteer activies.  I was a also a law minor as an undergrad and did very well in my classes.  I am also a "minority." I was aiming for all top-tier schools and am now beginning to have second thoughts.  Any advice on my chances of getting in to a top 100?  Should I aim lower?   

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