My family is considered way low income. My husband was laid off a year ago and we have little money. I am applying to law schools next month though using mostly fee waivers that I got approved for. I am having problems convincing myself to take an LSAT class. I took the LSATs once before and scored lower than I wanted, and want to retake it to score something higher. I worry it was due to my lack of time due to school, work, and being a mom. I recently got extra hours at work which will put me at 40 hours a week for a month or more, and am thinking about dropping $300 on an LSAT class in hopes of scoring something high enough to get scholarships later. I feel like this is a good move, but am plagued by the idea it takes from my DD. I need to know I am doing the right thing, and that this class is really worth it in the long run. The classes have a 6 pt increase on average, which could be 10k or more in scholarships. :\Answer Question
Only you can make that decision for you and your family.
Answer by louise2 at 6:18 AM on Jul. 31, 2010
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Answer by layh41407 at 7:27 AM on Jul. 31, 2010
300 now, or 10k later in fees and/or debt...sounds like it would be better to do the class. But, as the others said, only you really know your situation. If your family can sacrifice the 300 now, but still have food and pay rent etc., then it may be worth it now, so you can save more in the future. Good luck!
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