Quite frankly who gives a *&^%! Smith is a better school anyway and your scores are not that bad you idiot there are people who are in a worse boat than you so stop complaining.
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This is absolutely a true story I got into Georgetown because I went to a good undergrad school (Stanford) and I work at Georgetown too so that may have helped. I'm not b*llsh*ing anyone I just wanted some advice as to if I should give up or stay in the law school game despite my bad LSAT scores and mediocre GPA.
I took the LSAT 3 times and scored 133, 134 and 138 and got an undergrad GPA of 2.84. Currently I'm at graduate school at Georgetown and am working but still have my dream on becoming a lawyer. I plan on re-taking it in Febraury of 2006. Should I give up the dream altogether or work my ass off from now to bring up my score 30 points? Kisser
I took the LSAT 3 Times and got 133, 134 and 138 with an undergrad GPA of 2.84. I am now getting a Masters degree in public policy from Goergetown and hopefully plan on taking the LSAT in February of 2006 for the 4th time. Should I just give up my dream of attending law school or take it a 4th time and see if I get in some major advice thakns. Kisser