I want to go to law school online. In Georgia, our choices are few and far between. I am 43 years old. My undergrad GPA is 3.69. My LSAT was 140... sad. I am a mother of 2 and actually finished my Bachelor's degree online and took 6 classes towards my Masters in Law and Public Policy. Both school were accredited, regular colleges. I am not even really interested in being a trial attorney anyway. I just love the law.After all the research I did on online law schools, I decided to go with Taft. You can actually get Federal Student Aid and have your current student loans deferred while attending. That is a plus. They have also been around a long time and after talking with them, I thought they were the best choice for me.However, I got an email from them on Friday indicating that they have had a lot of applications for the Fall semester and they requested I write an essay on which part of the First Amendment is most important in our modern society. No more than 5 pages. They say this will allow them to determine who will succeed at Taft. Do they think they are Harvard? Now... I cannot figure out if this is their way of not admitting me or if they are on the fence and want to see if I can write. Since I have been in the legal profession 18 years and have taken 6 law classes already, I have written legal essays and briefs so I sent an essay I already wrote for another class. It was about cases being tried in the media. I received an A- on it. It's a pretty good essay. It is possible they have too many applicants for September and I assume if they did not want me, I would have already been rejected. My second choice of schools is California School of Law but the benefit of deferring current student loans is not available.