I scored a 149 for the first time on the June 2009 LSAT. Becauze I am pretty disappointed with my score, I am planning to take it again. My undergraduate GPA is 3.5 cumulative. I have a degree in Psychology, with a minor in English and concentrations in Chemistry and Biology. I have been active in my fraternity with numerous positions held over the last four years on our Executive Council, and I have also served as a member of the Inter-fraternal Council. Furthermore, I was an Orientation Student Leader and a Student Leader Liason. I also served as a Supreme Court Justice for SGA and am a member of Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Society. I have been involved with grassroots campaigning with the Louisiana Republican Party. I am hoping that my extracurricular involvement will be of benefit in the application process. I am pursuing a Master's degree in English next year, and hoping to enter law school in the Fall of 2010. Any advice and information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time and consideration of this matter. The main schools to which I am applying are LSU, Tulane, Loyola New Orleans, Ole Miss, and SMU.
You could leave a cardboard cutout of Erik Estrada at the front counter and I guarantee you no one would ever know the difference. Not so much because you resemble Erik Estrada, more so because you have the personality of cardboard.
Would my application look so bad that it would be worthwhile to wait until I get a higher LSAT?Or would it be worth the gamble to apply with the information listed above?