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Stop panicking, start taking control. Your GPA is good, but your LSAT is mediocre. Don't rush the process. Study for the LSAT, get your score up, then get large amounts of money to go to a nice school. If that involves living with 3 roommates working at the local coffee shop for a year, do it! A year of slumming it is worth it to gain a net benefit of hundreds of thousands of dollars over the next 5 years.
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