STEELE: Just a word of advice. I'm 53, by the way. I took the LSAT a year ago, expecting to do poorly and just get it out of my system. When I got a 162 I started taking things seriously. The problem is, getting into law school is like climbing a mountain, it gets steeper the closer you get. I applied to a bunch of schools, have been accepted to a school I like a great deal. Now, I'm struggling with the money. I may wind up getting all this way, just to crap out on the finances. I even went to the school's reception and preview. LOVED IT. I really could see myself succeeding at this stuff. But, I may lose out at the last minute. So do your best on the LSAT and be prepared for an emotional roller-coaster ride from there on out. Commitment is everything. Money, too.