I was wondering if anyone has any first-hand information regarding scholarships at schools in California. Basically, I refuse to put myself in 200k of debt. I have even considered going to a non-ABA. I know, I know... I'm sure you're thinking I'm an idiot but my situation is different than most people's. I am guaranteed a job - I just have to pass the bar. That being said, I would obviously much rather go to a decent school.
I majored in Accounting and my GPA was a 3.3. I know major doesn't matter, but does the fact that I took 100 units in my last year cut me any slack for the low GPA? Lol. Probably not. I haven't taken the LSAT yet. I am scheduled to take it Dec 7, but I think I am going to withdraw and take it in Feb. I'm okay with the questions, but I'm kind of slow. I spent the last 2 weeks reading the 3 PowerScore Bibles but other than that, I haven't studied much. Anyway, the top schools in CA require you to have taken the LSAT by Dec 7, but with my low GPA, I don't see there being much chance of me getting into them anyway. So, Feb seems smarter. Opinions? Also, I graduated in June 2012 and have been working at a law firm since Aug 2012. I don't know if that matters in the world of law school admissions.
So, I am just curious if anyone has any information regarding scholarships offered by any schools in CA (specifically Southern CA). And with my information, what kind of LSAT score do I need to have to get a scholarship?
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