Rlabo wrote:IrwinM.Fletcher wrote:I admire the persistence of the posters who keep trying to save people like this from making retarded, impatient decisions. It is a never ending battle.
Ouch, I didn't post up cooley, depaul and hofstra. These are legitimate options IMO. Could they be better? Of course, but thats true of anything south of HYS. I actually would like to attend law school and while agree that one most think long and hard about the investment of time and money I also think that putting off a year and rolling the dice again on the LSAT as well as on whatever new application materials I would have to come up may put me in a worse situation not better. JUST 5 point can also be JUST 5 points in the wrong direction.
These aren't objectively bad options. They are bad options FOR YOU. I just cannot believe anyone who has only taken the LSAT once has maxed out their score. Literally 2-3 more questions correct could double your biglaw chances. Plus you're 20 fucking years old man, get some life and/or work experience before you commit yourself to a career for the rest of your life. YOU attending law school this fall is an objectively poor choice.