Most Helpful Guy
Well if you're an American the majority of the criteria they judge will be the LSAT mostly because a lot of law schools don't even talk about average gpa to get in they only talk about LSAT scores and uni's above all care about their stats so it's LSAT that matters way more. How bad are your marks; what's your gpa?0
Most Helpful Girl
unfortunately yes. it's a course which requires its pupils to have not only a sound but sufficient knowledge across the areas they are tested on.
u could always do a bridging course or an alternative pathway that will help u get ur grades up. it will take longer but if u improve, u can make it eventually. it's like a second chance.0