Hi everyone,I am a non-traditional student, stay-home mother with children, with about a year left to finish my undrgradute degree. I've been contemplating applying to law school, and have been doing some research online, but still have lots of questions. I've read that if I am graduating next summer, I should take the LSAT this June - is that right? It seems so soon! And I should be sending out applications next fall? I live in Massachusetts and would be applying only to MA schools. Does anyone know how schools like BC and BU view non-tradtional applicants? I have very good grades, but from a few different schools and over (too much) time, so I'm worried about that.Thanks for your help!
Thanks for the response - I will actually be done with mu ug degree next summer (09) so it seems like I'm on target time-wise? How much time should go in to preparing to take the LSAT, and how do you recommend one does prepare for it?