with a 156 LSAT I got a 47% scholarship. After retaking it I got a 164 and they emailed me offering 85% scholarship and I made it clear that with my new score I had some decisions to make. Can I ask for a full ride (and walk otherwise, applying to other schools for the next year?)
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I must say as a new person to this site I read all 33 pages of this post and I am impressed. The mix of serious questions and unintentional comedy (and sometimes intentional) kep me going all the way to page 33 (yes I can admit I read the whole thing). It looks like this thread died a little at the end but I will ask my question like the poster above. I am considering going to Law School. I am a recently seperated veteran with full GI Bill benefits. I am one of the few who also bothered to take advantage of the free money while I was still in to nearly compleet my degree even around all the constant deployments and other BS that is the military. I have a 3.8 GPA and I am majoring in accounting (that was my job in the military so I fell into it). I havent sat yet for the LSAT but I typically do well on standardized tests. The big issue I see is the Law school in my area is 4th tier. Im thinking with my GPA and a decent LSAT I could easily come away with a scholarship and use my GI Bill to pay the rest.My Questions is mostly aimed at the 3rd and 4th tier students. What has your experience been like? Would you make the same decision again? I could assumably do this with little or no risk but its obviously a huge time investment as I am 27 years old now and would be 30 before I even graduated.
My Questions is mostly aimed at the 3rd and 4th tier students. What has your experience been like? Would you make the same decision again?