The benefits would be that my dad would probably be willing to fund college/law school if I do well, and I know the LSAT does not test law but it does test for favorable traits that are good predictors of your success in law.
You've obviously never met my dad. He has his own business, drives two nice cars, owns a boat and a wave runner. Has a house here and in Peru.Meanwhile my mom works two minimum wage jobs, I work, I go to school, and I am fully relying on my Bright Futures Scholarship to pay 100% of my tuition. And as far as dorm/meal plan/books I am going to use the money I will get from FAFSA, because my mom barely has any money to support out family. Our house is this close from foreclosure and we are counting on the two new plans Obama has set up to prevent us from losing the house.So please shut up because you have no idea what my life is like, and the kind of father I have.My score on the SAT was a 1440, I never studied or prepared, I just winged it my junior year in march.