Husker-6432 wrote:After reading through these posts and changing my mind about once every hour, I think I have a plan of action. Put a seat deposit down at DU, sit for the LSAT in June, and if I score my average PT, retract and hold off for a year and reapply. Does this seem like the right thing to do?
Sounds like a great plan if you do two things:
1) Study your butt off. Yes DU (or Illinois) would be fine options, but go into the LSAT pretending like you don't have those options. Think of it like you need to get the best LSAT score you can, like your life depends on it. Fight for every point, because every point can mean the difference in big $$$ and big employment prospects. Start studying ASAP. 2-3 months, 2-3 hours a day. Read the LSAT guides on TLS and set up a gameplan. You can do this.
2) If you don't do any better, hey no loss. You can go to DU and come out without too much debt, and it is a decent school. But if you do a lot better, you need to be willing to withdraw your apps and reapply. This is a great opportunity for you, so make the most of it!
Good luck OP. Keep us informed on how it goes.