Don't worry about that guy; he was a tool and is now banned from the board.Jdjmcd wrote: ↑Fri Jul 20, 2018 5:19 pmI would normally never bother entertaining this kind of comment, as clearly if you feel the need to belittle people on the internet who are only asking for advice, you have some underlying issues you may need to address . . . However- I was accepted into decent schools. Honestly, I'm fairly proud of my progress. Four years ago I was inches from death with a severe brain injury that completely changed my life. I skip lines when I read, I often write different letters than I'm thinking, and have injuries to my back and neck that make sitting for the LSAT almost impossible. The fact that I have a 3.85 in CJ, a 4.0 in pre-law and a 151 despite these problems that would so clearly harm someone's performance on the test shows I'm capable of much more than working as a TSA agent.BigBoi22 wrote: ↑Fri Jul 20, 2018 12:26 pmThis is pretty typical for Criminal Justice majors: Low LSAT scores. That major tends to not attract the brightest of the bunch (not saying you are OP) and law school just isn't right for these types of people. It would probably behoove you to peruse a career with a different mental skill set, such as a TSA agent
You got good advice in the earlier posts by other people.