Question and Statement.
I am a soon to be 30 year old male albeit minority [half Native American] registered for the LSAT on December 5th.
My undergraduate GPA was not all that hot 2.9 [spread among three institutions in two different states] Luckily I never had any W's so the 2.9 should stand firm with the handicapping that takes place? I also have a M.S. in Computer Science from a top engineering school and a MBA from a top ten business school, with continuing education classes at both F.I.T. and Juilliard, don't ask why, but I really never stopped going to school...respectively speaking I think I had a 3.4 and 3.6, however graduate school is A LOT different than undergrad.
I worked/loaned my way through undergrad, grad and business school and my resume shows such. Since this is the non-traditional student forum I seek advice.
As a city boy, been in NYC for a decade and dedicated worker to both the corporate and academic worlds...what do I need to do, earn, score on my LSAT [of course the better the better my chances] to get into Fordham, Brooklyn, New York Law School and/or Cardoza...I will be applying to the night/part time division hence my picks.
Any information and guidance would be much appreciated.