I was set to graduate in the fall with a Degree in History after only 3 1/2 years in college and will have made the Dean's honor list 6 out of 7 semesters. I come from a single parent home that is borderline poverty. I have gotten my way through school due to Scholarships and Loans. I am Half/Asian. I've been a member of the mock trial team and the school newspaper. Before this past summer my GPA was a 3.35. This after I had failed a college course during my senior year in high school. Unfortunatly I've been working in a night club as a bouncer to support myself through school; and this summer the late hours caught up with me and I failed my logic class twice. The failing grades dropped my GPA to a 3.129.
I was on track to graduate with honors with around a 3.5. but there is nothing that can be done about that now.
I calculate that if I make the dean's list this next semester it should pull me to a 3.2
I take the LSAT in December. If Iam able to pull of a 160+ score what Law schools do I have a legit shot at getting into? I've looked at the avgs for some law schools but want to know realistic what my options are.
The schools I was looking at before things went to hell were:
Miami College of Law Florida State UNC- Chapell Hill Syracuse
any advice would be greatly apperciated.