Another thing you might want to consider is working for a year or two before law school. Many law schools will focus less on your undergraduate gpa the longer you have been out of school on the assumption that you have done some maturing while out of school and in the working world.
Yeah, this really gets to the heart of what I've been wondering. Should I even bother to get some kind of job or take a few classes to somehow beef up my application, or just go for it with what I've got. I'm being realistic in thinking theres not much one can do to compensate for such terrible GPA except to do amazing on the LSAT.Thanks for resonding!