I just got my November LSAT Flex mark back and was disappointed by the score. I had a lot of technical difficulties that led me to score significantly lower than I had been consistently scoring in my PTs. I am registered to re-take in January, although I am not sure how to let the schools I applied to know that I have signed up for another test after submitting my applications. Any ideas?
Further, I applied to UBC, UVic, TRU, Calgary, U of A, U of T, Western, Queens, York, Ryerson, Ottawa, and Dal. Am I likely to get in to any of these schools with my lower LSAT mark?
Thank you everyone!
Impossible to answer this question without knowing what the other options on the table are. If you have a useless undergrad degree, then law school will be worth it. If you already are in a comfortable career in finance / public sector / tech earning 80k and you have opportunities to advance to a 6 figure salary just by showing up, I don’t think going to law school for would be worth it tbh unless you have a real passion for law.
That being said, if your ambition is to top out at ~100k, there are easier ways to get there. But if your ambition is to top out at ~200k, I actually don’t know that there are much better options than law school (aside from med school obviously). MBA might be on par, but I wouldn’t say it’s better.