aigsrone wrote:NayBoer wrote:Have some good work experience and decent LORs, because it's something you can do. Get high LSAT, because you need the numbers. Get thick skin, because you're automatically way below the 25th percentile GPA everywhere.
You may have a chance at Maryland; maybe try applying PT. I can't speak much to chances there. If you need to stay in the region, GMU is a good shot with a high LSAT. GW is probably too far gone for anything but a hail mary.
If region is flexible, definitely apply to WUSTL, UIUC, UIB, among others. These are likely your best targets for T25.
If the cycle is not to your satisfaction, then years of work experience is probably your best shot at improving your chances. You need the highest possible LSAT in any scenario. Take plenty of prep tests.
What are LORs?
What school do these stand for- WUSTL, UIUC, UIB?
LOR = Letter of Recommendation
WUSTL = Washington University in St. Louis
UIUC = University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
UIB = should be IUB = Indiana University - Bloomington
See the TLS acronyms sticky page.