I have been this way my whole life and I am not like the idiots in your descriptions. I have never slipped and won't.
any ABA school from Harvard-Whittier will teach you the skills to pass the bar .
Thank you Legalized I have actually found a job at a sandwich shop and am saving up for school. The reality is, my parents will support me if I go to school THIS year but not next year. I have tried reasoning with them but they think that there is no point taking the lsat again and that it is too expensive (I only took it once and did not study near as hard as I should have). They are willing to help me buy books, move etc. so long as I go now! I got into Willamette as well but it has a terrible reputation locally and I have actually met a person who failed out as 3L's (not until after I applied of course). Willamette did not offer me a scholarship either. I have visited Orange Country and I would like to live there. They have a terrible attrition rate due to the fact that in 2007 the ABA threatened to remove their accreditation and everyone transferred elsewhere. (this is according to the head of admissions). The next year they had an 86% bar pass rate which is way above average. My feeling is, the ABA has put a fire under them to maintain a good bar pass rate and they have taken steps to do just that. I would like to benefit from this pressure. I guess I'm taking things one step at a time. Getting into law school doesn't mean a thing if you can't pass the bar and that is where my focus is.Sonofapickle: Not everyone who is poor is a crack whore! Where do you get your information? I also happen to support Obama's health plan. Are you really Anne Coulter?