Tom Joad wrote:IAFG wrote:LittlePete83 wrote:
Thanks! I needed the encouragement! I guess the one good thing about getting older is that my undergraduate GPA is becoming (slightly) less of a factor. I know it's still one of the first thing ad comms look at but I got those grades 7-10 years ago. And a double major in accounting and finance at a top 15 business school has to rank higher than mass comm or modern dance, right!? Right?!
But all jokes aside, you're totally right. This will be my 5th (I'll pause as you pick your jaw up off the floor) official time taking the test. I've taken 10ish PTs (all sections timed in one sitting) total so I need to get my act together. Lord knows I have enough LSAT PTs and study guides.
I've been using PowerScore. I like their no BS approach but I'll pick up Pithypike's guide. Thanks again and best of luck to you!
Wait, what? You've only taken 2 PTs for each administered LSAT you've taken? My friend, I took every PT available going 7 years back, twice. If that has truly been the extent of your PTing, you have a lot of room to grow.
With his remarkable foresight and intellect he won't be at median long!
Sorry everybody is being mean, LittlePete. You are just extremely uninformed. Why do you even want to be a lawyer? You claim your current job is bad, do you know what people who are lucky enough to get legal jobs do? At the schools would are looking at you have about a 50% chance to get a small firm job paying around $40,000 a year. That probably isn't must more than you are making right now and you can expect longer hours (and $200,000 in debt). If you are unlucky you just have the debt and the same job prospects you had before going to law school.
And with your remarkable reading comprehension, you'll be clerking for Chief Justice Roberts in no time!
But all jokes aside, with such a negative opinion of law school, why are you even in law school? That's not just directed at you. If you think law school is so horrible, why not just drop out?