After careful consideration and reading everyone's helpful comments; I've decided to apply to a few T3s and hope to start 1L in September 2010
It seems like taking another year to just study for the LSAT would be a waste (since I have taken it 3 times already) and I am not confident that my score will improve THAT much... It just seems like it would have a chance of over 66% negative effect (if I take it 4 times and my score stays the same or drops) and less than 33% positive effect (IF, and ONLY IF, it improves, in which case would be only 1 or 2 points).
(Q1) Good decision not to take the LSAT a 4th time? I FEEL that my score would only end around the 153-157 ballpark.
As bigs mentioned, not everyone is meant for Harvard
I really want to become an attorney, but either due to a lack of work ethics or just a lack of intelligence, my LSAT/UGPA is what it is. As mentioned in this thread, I am glad that there are schools that give potential students that have non-superior scores a chance at a legal career. I will just work A LOT harder in law school and see where I can go from there!
Once again, I thank everyone for their wisdom and advice on my situation.
Any further discussion is welcomed
Because sound advice is always helpful and difficult to find.