So I, like many on this board, am less than psyched about my Feb LSAT score. Before I rush out and register to retake and pay a ton of money for a class (I self-studied), I was hoping that I could get a little advice on my chances at a T14 with scholarship. I want to become a professor (I'm actually applying for JD/PhD), and I can't afford to be in debt after about 7 years of school.Here's a little bit about me: 167, 3.7 from a top liberal arts college, research experience, publications, hopefully some presentations at major meetings, very strong recs (and maybe some calls), interesting PSI know that being Latina will be a boost, but I want to feel fairly confident that I can get in on my own. In light of my need for serious financial aid, should I study up and retake the LSAT, or do you think I should be fine?Thanks for the help!
I am bi-racial- Honduran & white, and I was raised with a strong Honduran culture. I haven't seen too much on how Central Americans fall on the Latino "hierarchy" for law school admissions. I think that I will re-take, however, because I know that I can do better on the LSAT and because of my $$ need.
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