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If I were you I would commit to that teaching job for say 2 years and try to up your LSAT in that time frame. The way applications have been dropping, combined with the fact that you'll be able to add 2 years of work experience to your resume, leads me to believe that you'll be able to get into BC again, maybe with some money. The extra salary won't hurt either.
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