Hello everyone. I apologize in advance for another "splitter in need of emotional reassurance" thread on this board.
I will graduate with a 2.77 GPA this winter.
My LSAT (after many hours and dollars invested into prep time) is a 176.
While my social skills have yet to blossom as well as they should for an aspiring attorney, I think I can rummage up a couple of recommendation letters from two professors that more or less knew of my existence during my career in undergraduate school.
I have no special conditions; I'm a white male from a middle-classed background who simply could not find a way to connect to reality in undergrad, choosing to simply fail courses rather than attend class for God knows what mentally-inept reasons.
Nevertheless, my question is, in particularly broad terms, do I have any chance of success applying to a good (top 50?) law school? Sorry again if I was mistaken in posting this topic here.