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Hello. I am applying to lsu law school in the fall. I have a 3.1 gpa and a 159 on the lsat. I know the admission relys heavily on lsat and personal statement. I am pretty sure i can kill the personal statement. The thing i am worried about is that i have no extracurricular activities or internships. I was forced by my family to work at their auto parts business during and when i ot out of college. Will this hurt me tremendously. Thanks for the input.
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Deuce85 wrote:Will this hurt me tremendously.
It will have little to no effect on your admissions chances.
Have you seen LSU's LSN graph? No one with a 159+ was rejected last year (well, no one who uses LSN).
To be safe: mention in your PS that you have always had to work - and make sure that other people agree you have killed it before submitting your application.
Also, are you any relation to MTal?