Thank you for all the comments so far:First off no I have no learning disability however I have never been tested for dyslexia. Maybe it is a possibility. I do better if it is drawn out because I think I am more of a visual learner. However, I honestly cannot be exact. Its hard to say, I never really thought about that.
GRE is the exam for a masters, GMAT is MBA.
OP, as much as I hate to say it, you may want to reconsider your choice of career - there are a TON of people who want to be sports agents, and very few actual jobs in the field. With your incoming numbers, you'd be fighting an uphill battle from the starting gun, where most of your competitors are already ahead of you. It's not impossible to do what you're thinking of...But it is highly improbable. I always say to not go to law school unless you have a desire to practice law, and that applies here as well. Unless you would be content working as a lawyer, don't go to law school.
Thank you for your comments however some of the most high profile agents have not accomplished law school. If I do not get in to a top law school that does not necessarily set me back in competing with others for a job in this field. This industry requires determination, ruthlessness, and a no quit attitude. Getting started in this field will result in years of being rejected and turned down by potential clients. However, you just need to be persistent and not quit.