kerrigaa wrote:Well if I take a year off I have to work in order to live and pay off the UG loans which will start because I won't be enrolled in classes anymore. Working 40-60hrs a week does not leave much time for studying and the studying I would do would most likely be half-assed. Like I said I already tried studying while working (157) and then I studied while in school (168). The quality of studying while I'm working is not nearly as good as while I'm at school. Working would be a necessity if I take a year off. I also can't guarantee I'll get a better score. In my mind the pros do not outweigh the cons.
So then stop acting like the debt is a big deal. You have an opportunity to substantially decrease your debt by improving your LSAT score. You refuse to take that opportunity. Many of us have studied for the LSAT while working full time and ended up doing just fine.