Hi, I'm new to this forum and need some advice. I'm 36, 3 kids, husband in law school and I'm working to pay the bills. Let the craziness ensue....So, I got bitten by the law school bug. My husband said, if you're interested go and do the LSAT, so amongst the five billion other things I have to do, I studied, and I'm ready (as much as I can be) for the LSAT this month. I've been scoring in the 170s on the preptests, with a 176 on the June 07 test. I'd love to go to the top 20 school my husband attends, and I could probably get in unless I completely go belly up on the LSAT. Should I throw caution to the wind, take the debt and attend the big school, or continue to work and do the pt course at the tier 4? I know nobody can really answer this for me, it's too dependant on a variety of factors, but some advice/support would be welcome. My hubby is never home, he's always studying. I think law school would improve the future of my family, but can I do it to my children? For anyone who managed to stick thru reading this, thank you. Sara.