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What range of law schools do I have a good chance at getting into?
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si95 wrote: I just took the LSAT and got a 166 score and I don't have plans to retake it at this point.
Make plans. Study for the LSAT like your life depends on it. Take it until you have a 170+ or until you've taken it at least 3 times. Then, you will have a shot at places worth going to or a full ride at some quality instutions. With a 170+, you will be what's known as a "splitter", which means that your admissions results may be a bit unpredictable.
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The above poster is right. Retake. Make plans. It is uncomfortable, but if you want to be a lawyer, your future career depends on it.
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(I reference WUSTL because they're notoriously splitter friendly and scholarship heavy.)
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