I spent a lot of the second semester of my junior year being absolutely frantic about my future after St. Joe’s. One of my professors joked with me that my freak outs were incredibly pre-mature; and I responded that I was always one who liked to do things ahead of schedule. As a senior, I am constantly asked what my plans are after graduation and what I want to do with my life; and I’m expected to give a real, serious answer. Well, here’s my answer: I just want to be.
I want to be happy. I want to wake up every single day,
With only a few weeks before school, I have a lot of questions about what will happen in the year(s) to come.
- What happened to the last three years?
- Can I go back to junior year?
- Is this really my last summer vacation?
- Can I remain 21 forever?
- Will the year go by too fast?
- Or go by too slow?
- What am I going to do after graduation?
- Should I go to grad school?
- Where I am going to live after graduation?
When thinking about graduation and the plans after college, many people question what is the next step of the journey? Some may start their careers while others will attend graduate school to further their degree. For me, part of the journey has always been to attend law school. The preparation for law school begins with the LSAT’s. For those who do not know, the LSAT is the Law School Admission Test. The test essentially is to see where you stand in the law school admission process. Scores range from 120 to 180 with the typical median score of 150. In June of this year,