« on: December 04, 2006, 11:47:48 AM »
Good luck. I hope you get in somewhere you'll like.
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I am an undergrad at Yale and know several law school students who got in without any interesting soft factors at all.
I'm sure it helps, but a strong academic record and LSAT score are still the most important things.
I would suggest you would apply. WIth a 179, you have as good a shot as anyone.
« on: December 03, 2006, 10:54:47 AM »
If you think you did badly, and you historically have been good at predicting how well you do on practice tests, you should probably cancel.
This is especially true you can afford to take a year off and reapply next year if you don't get into a school to which you'd really like to go. That way, if things go poorly, you can retake next cycle and raise your score, with only one lower score holding you back rather than two.