that is pretty much every school--why do you think people spend thousands of dollars prepping and months studying for the lsat
awkward follows you like a beer chasing a shot of tequila.
my fault in terms of having a poor gpa. my stats, 2.5 GPA and 162 LSAT.been out of school for 2 years (i hear the more distance put between a poor undergrad and applying to law school equals better chances), worked at the local bar association for a year doing family law, and currently working at the 2nd largest foreclosure law firm in the state. rec. letters and experience are great.from the south so would be an out-of-state student in the east coast (new york, DC), looking to stay within tier 1. thanks for any suggestions
Quote from: adxx83 on September 10, 2008, 11:56:05 AMmaybe 3 years? what time frame for work experience would be appropriate? or maybe a higher lsat score?It's not completely about the time in the middle - it's what you do about it. Graduate school, higher LSAT, demanding job... You need to prove during this period that you're better than a 2.5 student.
maybe 3 years? what time frame for work experience would be appropriate? or maybe a higher lsat score?