Anonymous User wrote:Is it still true that the Air Force does not particularly care about LSAT scores when making their decisions on GLP/OYCP/DAP? I just received my October LSAT score of 156 which will get me in to the school I was planning on going to but, if the AFJAG is interested in LSAT scores, I would take it again because I believe I can do better.
From what I've read on this thread coupled with what I have heard firsthand, LSAT scores are not necessarily a make or break factor with JAG, but they are indeed a factor. For example, in the Navy they use some combined calculation of your LSAT and structured interview score as a threshold to weed out certain candidates before even looking at your application.
That being said, I would encourage anyone who believes he/she can do better on the LSAT to retake it. Although I am someone who wishes sayings like "you are not a number" and "you are not your grades" were true, law school has proven otherwise time and time again. A better score will pay dividends for years to come in opening the door to higher ranked schools, potential scholarships, and many job opportunities.