yeah dude. 1. breathe. 2. ask yourself if you really want to go to law school. i mean, why are you in grad school now? a plaque on your wall? or did you hope to use it in some way? is law school really necessary? are you going to appease vanity? 3. if the answer to the first question in point 2 is "yes", then for the love of pete, study your a*s off and re-take the LSAT. sadly, moaning about an imperfect test (and believe me, most people hate the LSAT) does little since it is equally imprefect to all test-takers. an you're right, a 3.5 GPA (they don't care what your GPA was in a particular sub-degree, or what it was in your major, they look at your overall, period) in a "soft" science with a 143 LSAT isn't going to get you much. i'd re-take the test (again if this is really what you want to do) giving yourself every chance to excel (this means the September test is probably too early for you, you need to up your score a standard deviation or two) and if you still do poorly no big deal, you just weren't cut out to be a lawyer in this system.