Listener A is a third-year undergraduate student with a 4.0 GPA and a 140 LSAT diagnostic. Their target school has a median LSAT score of 166. A would like to apply next cycle but is concerned that a 26-point score increase is unlikely. Can they rely on their high GPA and extracurricular activities to counterbalance a sub-median LSAT score? Tune in to hear what LSAT Demon tutors Mike and Francesca have to say.