firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:Yes it is my only score, and no I do not intend on retaking. Nor do I plan to pay some one a grand or two to help me study. I simply do not have the time as a full time student, part time worker, and father of three. I also have doubts as to the effectiveness of these review courses.
Even if I did ace the LSAT, a 3.05 GPA will still hold me back, and there is not much I can do about that. I have resigned to accept the 155 and the limitations to my choice of school as a result.
Dude, hold on.... I have a 3.05, took a practice test cold, got a 153, took a course, and hit 166 last june. Only a couple months of studying. You seriously need to look at my situation. I now have near full ride offers to Alabama and Indiana-Bloomington, with lesser scholarships all over the place. You being a veteran, plus even a few more points on the LSAT will open an incredible amount of doors. Spend $1k now to save $100K in the long run. The return on investment is huge in this case.