This will probably get flamed too, but... Are you (hopefully) pretty young, like around 22 years old? If so, you could always wait for your LSAT scores to expire. I think it's like three or maybe five years. I'm sorry, I know this sounds pretty extreme. But I'm only saying so because you've already taken it twice and both scores weren't so great. And if you want to get into a top 20 or so school, that might be the way to do it. I think you can probably still take the LSAT this year, after totally prepping for it, but wait for your older scores to expire first, and then apply to law school later on down the road. Okay, that was extreme, but I'm just thinking that's what it's gonna take. But if you're intent on applying this year, I gotta totally agree with Desi.
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