To everyone who thinks it is a joke for a student to have a 140 LSAT and a 2.50 G.P.A., I don't find it funny. People don't realize that they might offend those who have a similar G.P.A. and score. A person person might be a bad test taker or faced a difficult situation while in school. This does not mean that they don't have the same desire to go to law school as anyone else. I went to school with people who's G.P.A 's were much higher than mine but when it was time to graduate I finished with a higher G.P.A. than those who were predicted to do better than me. Scores and G.P.A's are just numbers. The real test comes when you go to school and prove you belong. Half the people who placed a post will probably not finish Law School themselves. Don't give up. I am a prime example that you could have a low G.P.A. and test score but finish at the top of you class. You have to decide if are willing to stay dedicated.