Quick question: WashLaw said that only the highest score is "reported", is that correct? I was under the impression that if you retake, both scores are sent with your LSDAS information.
I know at one of my target schools they say they will accept the higher score, and if it's not 4 points higher then they'd like a one page explanation. How would they know unless both scores are reported..
hithere, you should go on LSN & see where people with similar numbers are going. You have an excellent GPA & a good LSAT score, you shouldnt have a problem getting into T30 for sure (assuming you put together a decent PS & LOR's). If you are unsure about what area of law you want to go into..I would look into that, as it may help you decide on a school. When you say "pays the most", does that mean you don't care about hours worked & what your efforts accomplish? Some people genuinely receive a kind of instrinsic value from practicing law, whether it's doing gov. work, helping small business owners, tenants, lower income, etc. Something to consider. Best of luck!