What is your average practice LSAT score? subtract 2-6 points from that to get a better idea of what your real LSAT score will be. I am assuming you took the practice tests under strict timed conditions as per the instructions in the booklet.
As you may know, California is a highly desirable place to go to school, so the most competitive schools there can pick and choose from a pool of *highly* qualified applicants to choose from.
Getting a full ride at a respectable California school will be tough, even some of the lower ranked ones have median LSAT scores in the low 160s. You would probably need to be way over the median and 75% in order to receive a full ride.
Another thing you should be aware of is that California has one of the toughest bar exams in the U.S. The first time passage rate is 63%. If you are interested in a specific school, take a look at their bar passage rate for the last couple of years.
If you are really serious about attending an American law school, I highly recommend you look beyond California. There are many places in the U.S. that will be fine places to live, have great law schools, and will be less competitive to get into and receive merit aid money at.
You may or may not get some preference for being an international student.
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