I am in my last 60 credits for my undergraduate degree and I've been looking at the statistics for law school admission in my state and I am getting a little worried I might not make the cut. I spent my first two years in community college and didn't really take my coursework too seriously and achieved a mediocre gpa - 3.25. This is due in part to having a hard time satisfying my foreign language requirement due to coupled with some life troubles that sort of disrupted my education and forced me to drop a couple classes during the quarter and taking 0's for the class. I am doing a bit better at the university now with my university gpa at 3.57, however I realize schools will be accounting for gpa at both colleges and my community college gpa is going to drag it down pretty hard unless I can manage to get a 4.0 across the board in every class.
The main school I am looking at is the university of washington, and their admission statistics put the median gpa at 3.66 with 3.8/3.47 being the 75/25% percentiles, and 163 being the median LSAT.
I am fairly confident I can score well on the LSAT as I am a pretty smart guy and do well at test taking, so I am not too worried about hitting or surpassing the median score, but with my gpa in its current state should I start looking at alternatives for law school?