PeanutsNJam wrote:IDK if he's a legit URM, I'm gonna bet he has a chance at any school where he's at or above the 75th percentile LSAT.
trust, when you're a mexican, you know you're a mexican. theres no confusion.
I was referring to the extent of an admissions bump you'll receive as a Mexican, because it's both uncertain and variable. I don't think it's as strong a bump as it is for native americans and black people. Your people weren't a victim of genocide or slavery, after all.
OP the only advice you're gonna get here is:
1.) You're not guaranteed to be dinged, but your LSAT score is too low for comfort
Tomasz wrote:And OP, your GPA is all over the map. You don't have a history of academic success, so why go to a professional school that is brutally dependent upon both prior and future academics?
This is dumb. Law school performance isn't dependent upon prior academics. LSAC's study showed a ~.2 correlation between 1L grades and UGPA. I wouldn't call that brutally dependent.