Hi, I am kind of unsure how this works, but I wanted some advice about LSAT and applying to Law school. As of now, I am finishing a prep course and have continued to average a 154 on the LSAt. It is not a very high score, so I am worried about it, and wonder what I need to do. I aim is to get into UT Law School, and then because I want to stay in Texas, my next choices are other law schools in Texas. I have a GPA of a 3.881 and am a major in Economics (with a GPA of 3.5) and Sociology (GPA 4.0). I have a strong volunteer and commnunity service resume in that I take care of a group of 6 year olds at our local Shelter in San Antonio. I attend Trinity University and will be graduating next year. I know I have excellent letters of rec . . .So with a 154, is UT Law School within my means, or should I begin thinking about taking the test in October? Thanks for any help
Possibly slightly off topic...But, thank you to whoever suggested on the RC section to skim the first sentences of each paragraph. My section scores are now consistently where I would like them to be.Best,Quaker
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