I agree with "Ninja1" and "That One", you are going to need to apply early and try to get a LSAT score of 160. I also graduated with a 3.0 gpa and scored a 155 on my LSAT, and i can tell you it really is a struggle.don't forget that your LSAC gpa might have you dropping about .3 points bringing you down to about a 2.7gpa. APPLY EARLY AND AIM FOR 160+.
So my advice of 165 doesn't cover it?
Your advice prattles on entirely too long for anyone to read it. Conciseness is the key.
On a semi-related note, I'm starting to think you're actually just some computer script that's being put through a Turing Test.
Script? lol. Yes, 'tis long, but that's why we have printers.
If she wants to follow the advice she should not leave it online. She should print it out and keep it with her.