What are the odds of me going in the testing center this December and blowing it out of the water after two months of studying 4 hours a day? Im talking 170 or higher
why are you in such a rush?
Better late and well prepared then rush into it now and end up with a 2.3 performance on the LSAT.
The less applications for the following year the schools have seen before they see yours, the better your chances.
Do you realize most of these law school kids took majors like English and Art or simple things like that that easily give them 3.7 and 3.9 gpa's?
The only really acceptable gpa's below 3.0 are hard science, and engineering majors.