Ok, what are my chances? I am applying this weekend, just took the LSAT for the second time (I was sick in December and couldn't take the test). I am a senior at LSU, have a 3.01 GPA and I got a 151 LSAT the first time I took it. I'm hoping to increase my score at least a couple of points, but if not, that's ok too, I guess.I'm applying to these schools:Arkansas Fayetteville -- no.Arkansas Little Rock -- yes. i went here, i took the LSAT cold and had a 152 (and 3.10) and that was good enough for me. if you plan to practice in arkansas, NETWORK YOUR ASS OFF...there are still classmates of mine without jobs.LSU -- no unless you know somebody in admissionsOle Miss (fall and summer) -- noMississippi College -- yesSouth Texas College of Law -- yesPlease be honest, but don't be mean . I don't really trust law school numbers because people could over exaggerate their scores, not everyone is on there, etc., so I figured people on here would be my best bet. Also, on one of the applications, it asks if they should hold my application until the new LSAT score comes out, should I do that? It's Mississippi College by the way. Thanks for all your input!
Thank you for your responses. They are very much appreciated! Thistle: Did you like Arkansas-Little Rock? I mainly want to practice in Texas. DramaticPaws: How accurate is lsp? I mean aren't they supposed to take EVERYTHING into account? How much does an index really go into their decision? For example, I was reading on LSN where a guy got into Bama with a 3.2/152, and he was nowhere close to their index, I'm assuming. Thanks again guys!