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Double major: Economics, Political Science
*LSAT default at 150*
I have not yet taken the LSAT. I have been studying, was thinking of taking it in June, but will most likely postpone until October. I do not feel ready.
Best of luck to all applicants :)
The one thing that is lacking on this site is applicant detail. I will try to provide as much info about myself and my application process.
I was trying to decide on grad school or law school. the decision has been mostly made...This ought to be an adventure :)
Thank you! Good Luck!
I didn't address what area of law I wanted to practice specifically, but I talked a little about public higher education and how it allowed someone like me who didn't apply himself until his early twenties an opportunity to go to law school.
My best advice is to do well on the LSAT. Law school admissions is all numbers, and with our GPAs its all gonna ride on that one test. If you're above the median LSAT, you'll probably get in. If you're above the 75th then you'll probably get a pretty nice scholarship. Just don't embarrass in your personal statement. One of my recommenders was a law professor and he said they don't even read the letters of recommendation. Again, it's all numbers dude.
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