I’m a college junior with a 3.6 GPA. If I hit 170 on the LSAT, can I get into a top law school? Are there any compelling reasons to take a gap year before applying?
Hi and thanks for your inquiry.
First of all, we offer complimentary assessments. They go into far greater detail than we can offer here and, consequently, are far more accurate. Call our office if you would like to schedule one.
That said, I see no reason why you couldn’t be competitive based on the limited information you provided above.
Regarding the gap year question, unless you are unsure of attending law school, have a great opportunity for your gap year or have one or more weaknesses to address before applying, I don’t think it will be necessary.