I am currently a senior in undergrad majoring in business management with a minor in economics, and my GPA is 3.235 with a strong upward trend. I have already decided to take a year off and will be taking the LSAT in June. Over the next year I will be working very closely with an M&A lawyer full-time. I wanted to ask everyone what they think I need to aim for on the LSAT in order to get into schools like Alabama and Georgia, as well as what I need to do to break into the T-14. Also, I don't really have any community service to speak of so if I was to volunteer with a Big Brother program do you think that would make much of a difference in my application?
Thanks in advance for your advice.
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Softs are average; you are an average applicant. Volunteer because you like it, not because you think it'll look good. Go look at lawschoolnumbers.com. It will be pretty spot-on for you. Come back after you take the LSAT. Aim for a 180 duh.