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Hi, I'm wondering if anyone can help me with major selection if I want to attend law school for graduate school. I'm currently a junior in high school, and depending on what major I select, I will be applying to different high-ranked schools based on prestige of programs.
Up to this point, I've always considered a major in fiance, economics, or something business related. However, it was pointed out to me that such majors require virtual straight As in math, the one subject areas in which I do not have straight As.
So, if I plan on becoming a corporate lawyer [tentative], what kind of other majors should I consider?
Also, I've been told that law school is just a numbers game, that only LSAT and GPA matter, is this true? And is your undergraduate school/major considered at all?