I'm making this in another post because I am not sure you would see it if I posted in your other thread.
OP - Are you serious about going to law school? I read your other posts. You seem confused about what to do between law and medicine. You have to give up your plan of going to an unaccredited school, it will not get you where you want to be.
If you want to do medicine, you can still go to school for something in that field instead. I honestly think that medicine is a better field than law. Even if you have to go back to undergrad, your time will be better spent.
Thanks! Honestly I only worked on it for about 2-3 separate days. It is my first draft. I haven't really dedicated much time to it. To the other poster, yes! I know the differences between were and where.
I was in regular high school. After being arrested, I was expelled from my school district. No other school wanted to take me. Except, of course, for court school. Even in high school, I wasn't a good student. I believe I had a GPA of 1.5.
I'll work on it a little and try to re-post in the afternoon. I kind of felt the same way as you do. Ah, believe me, it was a living hell at times. Even female gangsters joined the fun. All I could do was smile, I knew I couldn't do anything about it.
I haven't taken the LSAT. I will this June. Honestly, I haven't dedicated as much time as I should. I have only studied a bit, but I am confident I'll get at least a 150. As for my criminal record, I only have a misdemeanor. Ah, they have a rolling admission process. I am sure yet, if fall or spring would be best, I don't have money to pay for classes... Maybe I can afford 2 classes.
Mmm, I have no interest in medicine. I only want to work. Anywhere. Any field. It is really frustrating to be unemployed after graduation.
The law school I seem to be aiming at is a calbar school, apparently. I know the ABA vs Calbar. Ahh, but it is a lot cheaper and many lawyers from my area graduate from it. It is too expensive to go elsewhere. I know it will be really difficult. I simply don't want to be overwhelm with a huge financial burden all my life, or at least part of it.
Thank you! I'll have an improve draft later on. Again, thank you very much.