I'm 26 years old, about 4 years of good work experience in Human Resources (I want to do Labor/Employment Law), lots of volunteer activities. But after LSAC screwed with my GPA a bit it's a 2.65
My transcript shows improvement over the years so I guess that might help a tiny bit. I have good recommendations and I think my personal statement is good.
Other background info:
I dropped out of high school after sophmore year, but got myself together and got my GED and went on to a decent 4-year school. My major wasnt too difficult though.
I've overcome a pretty bad illness
I'm taking the LSAT on Dec 2nd - expecting around a 160 but I've been studying so much hopefully that will improve.
I'm scared to spend so much money on law school at a tier 3 or tier 4 school, but what are my chances of getting into a top 100?
I've been reading this board for a while and everyone here seems to know so much about schools!
Thanks in advance for the help!