Not to make LSD my sounding board for grammar pet peeves, but why is everyone on the internet collectively ditching subjects in their sentences? Don't like it. Sounds stupid. Guess it's not that big of a deal.
First, I would think that, unless you have some really good soft factors or URM status, your GPA dooms your shot at a T14.But, screw your GPA and the top 14, your LSAT will set you up with a sweet ride at a Lower T1/Upper T2 school that gives a lot of weight to your LSAT (most do). Apply to any school in Florida, Texas (besides UT), or most anywhere else and you're ballin' out of control. Additionally, almost any T3 will probably give you a full ride and virtually all T4 schools will probably do the same plus a stipend.Really, you're probably in pretty good shape at 90% of the law schools just based on your LSAT. Your GPA leaves something to be desired, but your LSAT is nearly perfect and that doesn't escape the attention of most places.
Additionally, almost any T3 will probably give you a full ride and virtually all T4 schools will probably do the same plus a stipend.
Quote from: Ninja1 on June 05, 2008, 03:51:37 AM Additionally, almost any T3 will probably give you a full ride and virtually all T4 schools will probably do the same plus a stipend.Stay away from T3 schools. ...You have the benefit of a great LSAT, and you should probably make two decisions before you proceed:1: Where do you want to work? This is important because you may be able to get a fantastic scholarship at a very strong regional school.2: How much debt is the T14 worth. This number will be different for everyone. Due to the weak job market, it may be in your best long-term interest to go to the school with the best job prospects reguardless of debt.
Are we for real resigning to T3 with a 177 LSAT? Whether this is a flame or not, OP will get substantial scholarship money from a ton of T2's and some T1's. He will very likely also be admitted to some t14's. The term T3 should not be used in this thread.