I think law school admissions departments know a prune from a plum, APUS may be accredited but like other online schools does not have a good reputation in general owing to low admission standards and lax grading for retention purposes. An APUS graduate could have a rough time getting admitted at a better law school.
Hi tito,I took the LSAT twice. My first score was well, awful, and pitted me at terrible fourth tier schools as my options. Some schools no one should go to. There are schools that have less than %50 employment numbers. Less than half their grads can find a job, that's messed up and many of these schools should close their doors out of basic human decency. My second score was much better and landed me many more better options. I got lucky because most schools don't average multiple scores anymore. It was hard for me to wrap my head around how important this stupid f.ing test is. The LSAT, almost exclusively, can make you or break you. In a way its good for you because it makes your online degree, and all undergrad degrees for that matter, nearly meaningless. Powerscore has great prep books. Master the LSAT is good too. An understanding of logic and a bunch of prep tests do wonders. I took a Kaplan course- utter waste of money. The prep books are much better. I didn't like Kaplan or Prinston, but I have talk to at least one person who like the former, no one who liked the latter. Good luck buddy.
Hard to imagine anyone with such spotty credentials passing law school..