honestkid21 wrote:My LSAT was a 150. My undergrad was a 3.3GPA. If you consider that "doing very poorly" I guess you can say that. According to my research thats about the 50 percentile of all law school applicants. I also want to add that my first practice LSAT score was 134. Forgive me for being proud of my 16 point improvement. Specially since I have only been speaking English for a few years and not a lifetime.
Okay. Assume no trolling.
Scoring a 134 is objectively terrible, even for a first-time cold taker. Congrats on becoming literate with the test (I really don't mean the pejoratively), but you need to make 160 your goal. The current state of the legal market simply stacks the odds against people in your situation (numbers/goals/finances) of finding a legal job, one that gives you an income justifiable for the direct/indirect/opportunity costs that law school will inflict upon you. You are flirting with disaster. You found TLS just in time.
Google "law school is" and let Google fill it in. Start researching, seriously. You could totally overcome the odds and get a high-paying unicorn job out of Pace, but the actuarial tables don't play in your favor, AT ALL.