You could get a job at a law firm during that time and gain some law-related work experience to put on your resume.
QuoteYou could get a job at a law firm during that time and gain some law-related work experience to put on your resume. Don't do this. People who work in law-related fields have a hard time standing out in the application process. Do something unique that will set you apart from the crowd. There's plenty of time to learn about law during law school.As for waiting a year and redoing the LSAT, I think its a fine idea. If you truly hit 150+ cold, then you have the potential with several months of study of hitting a VERY good score. And even if you don't want to do big law or academia or supreme court clerkships, you can save a lot of money (spelled scholarships) by showing a better LSAT score.