« on: March 04, 2003, 06:11:33 AM »
Pun: Don't count yourself out yet. I have been reading these discussion boards and so many people tell others to take a year off or give it up. And honestly they are full of it. It depends solely on the schools in which you applied for that will determine if you should take a year off and study harder. I studied for months straight and still boched my test. I have a best friend in law school who has informed me of many people in her class that messed up their LSAT and one of them had to just take it again in June as a condition of her acceptance. I called my schools and got the range that they were looking for and I am keeping my fingers crossed. So don't worry no matter what idiot tells you that you should. Life is going to go on and as far as myself I have wanted to be an attorney since I can remember and there isn't anything going to stop me from that. I have 3 girls (two of which were born while in undergrad), I managed to maintain a 3.0, work full time, go to school full time at night and walk across that stage. And there is no way a bad LSAT score is going to take my dream away. And you shouldn't let it either. If not this year then next year. I work for an top attorney who went to law school when he was 30 and we are in a public sector so he has worked himself hard. Bottom line.......DON'T GIVE UP.