Thinking about law school...
What kinds of LSAT scores will I need to get into a top 20 law school. I'm not the best test taker, so will the schools consider other factors if my scores are a bit lower. Just starting this process, so may have a few more questions, but thanks for your help.
@shauna355 thanks for your question! You can look at online calculators like the one available at https://officialguide.lsac.org/release/ugpalsat/ugpalsat.aspx to see where you fall with your test scores. Realistically, you'll want to be hitting around the median of a given school to have a good shot at getting in, but other factors matter a lot, e.g. your GPA, major, personal statement, work experience and everything else that makes you, well, you!
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