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Thanks for the info.  That's very good to know.  I'm just starting to seriously look into the whole application process, so I was a little unclear on that.  I'm still trying to learn about this whole process.  So I assume that since most of the law school's application deadlines are in March, I will definitely have to take the LSAT in February, and no later.  Is that right?  I'll have to check the LSAT registration deadlines.  Thank you for your help.


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Non-Traditional Students / Re: Spring Admission Law Schools
« on: January 17, 2009, 02:36:57 PM »
Stetson University does, but I think this will be their last year of doing it.

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Where should I go next fall? / Schools with late application deadlines???
« on: January 17, 2009, 02:27:02 PM »
This is my first post to this site, although I've been reading from it for a long time now.  I'm hoping I may can get some info from some of you.  Anyway, I will graduate next Spring (2010), in May.  My question is, will that be too late to apply to most law schools if I wish to start school in Fall (2010)?  I've done a little research on the schools in the southeast and it seems that most of their application deadlines are in March, however, I would not have graduated by then.  I know some accept early admissions, but it seems like there are very few.  I just don't want to wait for over one year before starting law school.

To give you an idea of what schools I may apply for, I will have about a 3.2 GPA when I graduate.  I am taking an LSAT prep class, but have not taken the actual test yet.  I really would appreciate any advice some of you could give me as to how I could start school somewhere in the fall, after graduation.  Thank you for your help.

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