berkeleykel06 wrote:This is the type of situation that really makes me hate that T4 schools are even able to operate. You do not have the credentials for law school. You have neither a good GPA nor a good (or even decent LSAT). To go to law school you need to have at least one of the two, preferably both. You can't change your GPA, so you need to work on your LSAT.
The problem with T4s is that they make you think that you can go to law school despite your crappy credentials, so you don't work hard enough to raise them. But assuming the definition of a law school is a place where students attend and afterwards become practicing attorneys with jobs that pay enough to service their loan debt, T4s are not really law schools. Everyone attends them thinking they will be the special snowflake that does better than the everyone else and magically ends up employed and wealthy, but the majority of people will not be special and will end up in a state of financial despair.
Raise your LSAT or don't go to law school. If you truly want to be a lawyer and your not just going to law school for something to do you'd want to put yourself in the best position to actually get a job after graduating.
I have spent over a year studying for the LSAT horrible LSAT number for that kind of time I know, and law school for me is not about wealth its about success and actually doing good as cliche was that sounds. I mean who are you to say that a school cannot provide a successful career for a student?