Still pending is good! Could've said DENIED. I'll keep the still pending!!
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You are NEVER too old. My hubby graduated from law school in 2002 and the class before his had a 72 year old guy in it.
As long as you're able to breathe, open a book and read, there's nothing stopping you. Keeps the mind active! Hey, look at it this way - it's preventative medicine for Alzheimers!!
Now, if we could only get the health insurance to pay for law school...hmm.....
I would NOT leave your juvenile incident off of your application. You're asking for trouble if you do. Law schools are foregiving of these types of juvenile indiscretions but they will not condone lying or falsification by inadmission.
Your credentials sound great. You get that 175 and you can probably get into the school of your choice.
I just got my score of 150 on the feb exam and I do not really know what to do? I should probably retake the test since I want to get in Loyola Univ in LA and their average is 157. My GPA is 3.8. What should I do?
If you have your heart set on Loyola, you've already mentioned what you have to do.. Unfortunately, despite your great GPA, your LSAT will probably stop you.
Any test prior to about '98 or '99 is not going to help you a whole lot.
Have to disagree with you on this one hookem.
Any and all tests you can get your hands on are going to help. The more practice you do, the more familiar you will be with the question types and answer strategies, and the more 'quickly' you'll be able to recognize the correct answer.
That's just my 2 cents though.
Um, there's this other law school in Chicago, it's called Northwestern.
Waiting - you're absolutely correct. I had a major brain fart.
Even after posting that it donned on my that was missing at least Loyola. I just forgot to go back and edit...
I apologize for the confusion...and will shake this brain fart yet!
Having said, that, it doesn't change what I said about DePaul above..
I know you're looking for free, but don't write off ebay. (I apologize - I know I posted something similar in a different thread). Anyhow, there is a bunch of LSAT study material on ebay cheap. You may be able to pick up some preptests and study guides a lot cheaper than purchasing them directly from LSAC or a bookstore.
I'll be honest, I have to agree with Ivy on this one. This topic has been rehashed a number of times. And to be very honest, I'm not sure from your post what information you're looking for zesty.
But, if you have a particular course in mind, search the archives here. I can guarantee it's been discussed ad nauseum and you can probably get some good ideas. Aside from that, use a search engine, such as www.google.com and do a search for LSAT prep courses. When you find one worth checking out, come back and check the archives for that.
First off, congrats! I'm still waiting to hear from them.
As for their recognition, in Chicago, they are not truly prestigious, because of the other schools in Chicago. Out of the four Chicago law schools (U of Chicago, Kent, DePaul, & John Marshall), they are ranked 3rd. Interesting that Chicago has a law school in all 4 tiers, eh?
If you're looking to practice in the Midwest, they are probably a good bet. The majority of their grads stay in the Midwest, most in Illinois.
Hope that helps.