This is difficult to disclose, even anonymously...
I plan to apply to NSL. Bottom line: low GPA, 160 LSAT. When I say low GPA, I mean low: 2.00 overall, but 1.85 as calculated by LSDAS (insert commentary here, e.g., yikes, better him than me, good luck sucka, etc.). There was a string of semesters during which I'd have been better off away from school. But that was 13 years ago, and in all of my later coursework (to finish my BA), I got A's. I'm a grownup now, with a mildly successful career and a family, and I'm optimistic about my recommendations (which will include an NSL alumnus).
Let's say I get a 160+ on the LSAT (not impossible: I got a 158 as a stupid kid), something that would put my index in the mid-range (as calculated by the median figures available on NSL's website). Is the consensus that I have a shot?
Thanks for the input.