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Matthew Rimmer

First, you have to study for and take the LSAT. Stop by your local book store and pick up a practice book for the LSAT and consider taking a commercial prep course such as Kaplan. The LSAT is not a test you want to take blind, it is will decide where you get in, along with your undergraduate GPA. Take practice tests and see where you score. Then you have to register with LSAC.org and go about the law school application process. Law school is a rewarding endevour, but do yourself a favor and get the best grades now and the highest score on the LSAT so you can get into the best law school and get the best job after graduating.

Answered 9 years ago

Matthew Rimmer