Messages - Ithacabomber
Heres my overcoming adversity. My mother was imprisoned when I was 16 and my father took off. I became financially independent and lived in apt worked 30 hours a week through high school...yah it was ruff but it made me wanna go into law. Would this experience help my 141 LSAT?
« on: February 18, 2004, 03:04:58 PM »
Hey man better than mine 141 3.4...however this year it may as well be the same. If ya did bad meaning low 150s then low 140s is even worse. Lets hope this our extra stuff counts. Im considering Cooley is that a good bet?
« on: February 18, 2004, 03:00:30 PM »
Wow PBAP sounds like it could be a waste of time but if it means going to Campbell over going to Cooley...I think its worth a shot. Do you think they would even consider me with a 141 LSAT 3.4 GPA
I mean my lofr are great and my work experience is stellar HOUSE OF COMMONS and LEGAL AID OFFICE in New York. What do you think board? THANKS keep those letter of acceptance coming!
I agree with the board this year is soo hard...and therefore the LSAT is hard...the LSAC must make the test harder when law schools are screaming at them about applicant numbers, and if they dont make the test harder that they will reconsider using the LSAT. I looked at the indices of the test that I took in Oct vs the indices of past test...this year way harder. I am not a good test taker (141) but have a stellar GPA 3.4 at Ithaca College (whatever rank they are) I have great work experience HOUSE OF COMMONS and LEGAL AID OFFICE. Will this offset my LSAT...hope so. Keep heads up!