gigemgirl12 wrote:I graduated from Texas A&M in 2009 with a BA in POLS and a heck of a resume. I have been working for a personal injury attorney in Houston, TX since I graduated and would like to start law school (preferably in Houston) this fall. My GPA stinks at a 2.6 and I didn't exactly shine on the LSAT with a 149. Like I said my resume is solid with various leadership positions, extracurricular athletics (marathons, triathlons, etc), 2 study abroad experiences, and working part-time since my sophomore year of college. My recs are fantastic too; one from a study abroad professor at Texas A&M, one from a college job manager, and one from the attorney I currently work for. Chances of getting into South Texas College of Law full time program starting in the Fall? I'm so nervous.
Don't take this the wrong way, but its really just a numbers game. Going off of "most official" data I can find: people in your numerical category were accepted 4 out of 61 applicants.
To put it into perspective, Tonio, a fellow member on this forum was rejected with a similar GPA, and 13 points higher LSAT. It never hurts to try, and you'll miss 100% of the chances you don't take, but just be ready.