So I always wanted to go to Law School, but for number of reasons (marriage, kid, other career, "lack of language skills" as I was once told) I though that it just won't work out ever. Comes 2009 and my usual nay sayers suddenly decided to support me and I enrolled into Kaplan, and aiming for June 09 (ouch, in 1 week) test.
Now, I am not a genious at all, and honestly I though I could have done much better....
My UGPA (not cumulative, just from the last univ.) is 3.18, from LUC, and I was on the Dean's List once.
My LSAT... sad story. I score on practice tests anywhere from 144 to 152. What kills me that every time I score differently for a different reason, whethere it's the games that suck or the LR. I can not absolutely trace the pattern or my results, so what I will score on THE DAY is mistery, but I predict no higher than 152.
So I am NOT aiming for any "good" schools, and unfortunately I can not allpy out of state, plus I have to go part time.
Do I stand ANY chances of getting into John Marshall LS? Ofcourse it would be dream come true to get into Loyola Law school, I just loved it there undergrad, but I am not even sure if I will apply with my terrible scores.