Hello all I am an undergrad - a sophomore - at the University of Washington, located in Seattle. I too, am thinking (and did so for a considerable amount of time) about Law School, perhaps somewhere in the East Coast - Boston or NYC (hopefully). However, reading this thread have actually discouraged me and I am scared ****************... I'm looking forward to an international career in law. I understand that the road is long and rugged but I am a believer in patience and perserverance. However, simple as it looks, it's easier said than done. Considering what I recieved on my SAT's ( 750 verbal, 550 math), and contrary to popular belief, lacking in the mathematical field as an Asian, I have long accepted that logic does not come natural to me. Would maybe, a Philosophy to Logic course or any courses with logic on its agenda help me prepare for the logic problems on the LSATs? Also, you people mentioned that letters of recommendation are an important factor - how did you guys get yours? and from whom? I find it incredibly difficult to build a relationship with a professor - maybe that's for later when I actually tackle the upper level courses? Finally, as for repetition - do you guys think a) less frequent repetition over a longer period of time or b) intense repetition over a shorter period of time - is the greater contributor to higher test scores?