MsSweetie wrote:bk1 wrote:MsSweetie wrote:BarbellDreams wrote:It really sounds like you dont like either of these so the smart play is to retake and go to a better school in CA.
That isn't really an option for me though.
Why is retaking the LSAT not an option?
Because that's not what I want to do. Lol.
I'd have to sit out of school for this Fall. Meaning I'd have to move back home. It's all a hassle that I rather not deal with, when I could just examine my options and choose from there.
So, you lose a year in order to eschew two horrible options for your future. If you don't retake and go to Marquette, you won't get a job in California. Period. End of Discussion. If you don't retake and go to a shitty school in California, odds are you won't get a job in California. Remind me then why its a smart idea to pay 200k for an education that isn't going to get you a job?
The reasons bk is saying "retake" isn't because its fun to say "LOLRETAKE." Its because its legitimately the best choice you have. If you don't like that option, that doesn't mean its not the best choice. Given all the information you've provided us, retaking is not only the best option, its in actuality the only viable one for your goals. You really ought to retake, sit a year out, find a job, and apply next year. If anything, it will make your application stronger, your cycle better, and your future brighter.