Thursday, November 20, 2008

My LSAT Score

I got my LSAT score a little while ago, but I am sort of not happy about it, so I don't think that I posted about it.

The LSAT is measured on a curve. The lowest scores are scored 120, the median score is 150, and the highest score possible is 180. I got a 156 which is somewhere around the 50-60th percentile. It's not a great score, but after talking to a lawyer that got into all 15 law schools to which he applied, I'm not as worried about getting accepted somewhere if I really do decide to apply and go to law school. It's been a dream of mine for quite some time, but at the same time, I don't want to miss out on the lives of my children either. I guess it's just a lot of time to spend on my knees. We'll see how things go once Rob gets into his program.


Melissa said...

I would have to agree with the lawyer. I know lots of people who had scores in that range (I guess that's why the call it the median, right?) and they got into not just law school, but some good ones, too.

And how are you doing otherwise? Stop moving friends around if at all possible, 'k? :)

Robert said...

We'd sure like to, Melissa. Problem is, people keep beating us to the exit. This is our second friend family to leave in as many months. And a third is debating it, but seems to be planning some time later than us now.