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I'm currently attending a public university, and will graduate in three years with a degree in Economics. My GPA will be a 3.8 (not LSDAS adjusted) when I submit my applications. I am taking the LSAT this summer, on my first cold try I got a 158, obviously I plan on studying and am hoping to bring that up. I don't have that many extra-cirriculars, I am in a few clubs but don't hold any leadership positions. I am also studying abroad (although I don't know that that really helps my chances). I was wondering if I had a chance at getting into a good law school. Obviously not the top ten, but at least top 50. I've been looking at law school numbers and it has me feeling quite inadequate.