I have some direction, but it's not yet fully formed. I'm just annoyed that I've pretty much knocked myself out of the running for the higher level schools because of this one 5 hour test.
I actually followed my boyfriend (who I'm no longer even dating) to the University of Minnesota, because I was 16 and my parents didn't want me leaving the state. I didn't even apply anywhere else. Kind of sad, but I think it's working out well in the long run; I've been able to take unusual courses (Hebrew, Arabic, ancient Near Eastern studies, etc.), and because I chose to stay in school 4 years instead of graduating after 2, I've been able to major in a crapload of subjects. Hopefully that makes me look unique and well-rounded. Obviously some schools will reject me outright when they see my LSAT score, but hopefully most will give me the benefit of the doubt and at least look through my file and evaluate me as a human being and not just a number. Ideally I'd like to go to a smaller school that has an undergraduate population and options for study abroad/internships in the Middle East + many options for dual degrees.
I just don't want to end up getting rejected everywhere I apply. That would be such a nightmare.