What's your GPA? Actually, nevermind. Because I think even with a 4.0 GPA, and a 144 LSAT, there ain't no way you're getting into GMU. Sorry to be so harsh, but the numbers are simply against you. GMU's 25th percentile LSAT is a 159, so a 144 would be pretty darn low. In fact, I don't think there's any way you'd get into any tier 1 school either. And not even a tier 2 school. And probably not even a tier 3 school, unless your GPA is like a 4.0. You're gonna have to look a little lower, I'm afraid. I don't know the DC area at all, but there's got to be a good regional school around there, right? So, again, unless you have something in your background that makes you stand out among the crowd, and it's gonna have to be pretty exemplary, I'm afraid tier 1 and 2, and quite possibly tier 3, are out for you. Maybe you should retake the LSAT and apply next year? Even with an averaged LSAT, it's still gonna be a whole lot better than the 144. But some schools take the higher LSAT, especially if it's like 10+ points higher. See here for example:http://www.lawschoolnumbers.com/multiple_lsat.php?x=881b5201c4835c317fae1116b966d601
Well, hope that helps.