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So I took a gap year to study for the LSAT with plans on starting law school 2021-22. I got my scores to average 170+ with a 3.4 gpa. I Thought I had all the time in the world to take the actual LSAT but aprx 30 mins ago I found out I'm actually super late already. I just signed up to take the Jan LSAT. Are my admissions chances for t14 completely screwed for fall 2021-22?
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Congratulations on getting your practice test scores up to your target. That's a big step. Applying early in an admissions cycle is definitely a big help, but don't count yourself out yet. The best you can do is apply in January and see what your outcomes are. Then browse Law School Numbers to see if you under-performed your numbers in terms of what schools admitted you and what scholarship offers you got. If it seems like you underperformed your numbers, you could always apply early in the next cycle to see if you get better outcomes. Keep your chin up!