ccoons24 wrote:Oh come on, no need to be rude. There were a few mitigating factors involved there; I'm not completely stupid/lazy
Here is the deal: UGA specifically looks for "nice people." If you can make a compelling case for yourself, you may be ok with a 168 or so. The thing is that UGA seems to be GPA-sensitive. People whose GPAs are poor did not fare too well. I do know people here who had crap GPAs, but they had high LSAT scores. If you are in-state, you have a better shot. Just make sure you apply ASAP, every year UGA runs out of spots pretty quickly. You can see that on LSN pretty easily. So, if you want UGA, and you are getting you score tomorrow, get your stuff together now so you can send it ASAP.
To be honest, you could probably do a little better $$ wise at other schools in the T30-T40 range if your LSAT is significantly higher this time around.