I'm wrapping up my degree in Criminal Justice and am interested in continuing on to grad school, however i'm not sure my transcript/resume will get me there. Is there any advise you can give on how to find the right career path to take? What options are out there for a criminal justice degree besides policing and law? How can I present myself better on paper so that I may be able to pursue a law school?
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Dom Pascual Esq
You need to do well on your LSATS. There is no way around this. With law school debt exceeding $200,000.00 for many graduates you want to get into the best law school not any law school. Your grades should be stellar, if not you need a high LSAT score.
Read what color is your parachute. It is a great book.
You can join the military. You can research careers and your local library.
You need to focus on what you want to do. If you want to be an attorney. You need a good school. LSATs will get you into the best schools and maybe a scholarship. Treat studying for the LSATS as a full time job.