Well, at the ripe old age of 48 I've paid my $103 for the LSDAS and registered for the June LSAT. Oh geez, what have I done? I guess this nonsense is really going to the next step.....my saving grace mentally is that I can always postpone the LSAT if I dont feel ready but I really want to apply to Stetson for Spring 2005....Gulp.
steele, i'll tell you what you've done. you've taken a step toward something you obviously really want and you should deserve the chance at. it shouldn't matter how old you are. if there's something out there that you want? you go for it. like the saying goes 'age is nothing but a number.' and besides, you obviously have the drive and ambition of a twenty-something on your side from my standpoint! go get'em steele. best of luck to you.aj