you'd be amazed how many anal ocd types apply for law school, and yes trust me, they care........obsessively so. (enough to talk all day about whether or not to transfer if their school drops a single number to one that went up a single number)
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The military is an option to be seriously considered by anybody with a college degree and a J.D., whether you're accepted into the J.A.G. program or not. Your education will make you an immediate officer candidate, and they are not likely to throw you in front of a lot of flying bullets in a first-wave assault on Hamburger Hill with that kind of pedigree. You can live in the officer's quarters while you repay your student loans and serve the country at the same time. It's easy to save money or repay debts while serving, and it will give your resume an excellent boost. That said, you need to have what it takes to be an officer. There's a long road to travel between officer candidate and second lieutenant.yeah 2 weeks at "camp challenge".......
Hi, SF9119. I'm glad to hear you decided to retake the LSAT. Regarding your GPA, I think you don't need to worry that much, it's the LSAT that counts. You could include a personal statement to explain but I doubt it will be necessary.
I know that you want to reply to an and all posts (for whatever reason) but honestly whats up with the dead threads? (not to even mention you are giving advice as a 0L that has no grounds behind it to give. If someone wanted a random guess they'd just shake a magic 8 ball)Two great law schools and two licensing jurisdictions don't seem concerned. Most employers will never even realize what the discharge means.Exactly what I thought. If two top schools are willing letting it go why would you worry about your future employer? If no one can tell you what the problem was back then it means it's not that important. I'm sure it won't affect your future job.
Why would you say you can't live without loans? For me, the simple idea of having to give money back is giving me the shivers.