My name is Saicy Lytle and I am a second year junior here at Texas Tech. I am from the small town of Anson, Texas, just 20 miles north of Abilene. I am pursuing a Bachelors of Science in Agricultural Communications, through the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, with a minor in Legal Studies. As a communications major, I am constantly working on my writing and public speaking skills. My strengths are: achiever, developer, harmony, deliberative, and consistency. As an achiever, I find myself constantly driven to achieve something each and every day. As a developer, I see the potential others possess. I am always looking forward to seeing other people succeed, and I genuinely want to see others reach their goals. With harmony, I am not a fan of conflict, but rather constantly look for areas of agreement. As a deliberative person, I am careful when assessing the word around me. I am a fairly serious person and like to plan things in advance. With consistency, I greatly value balance and equality. I believe that no matter the person, his or her past, or his or her current situation, everyone deserves a fair chance. My interests and extracurricular activities involve me giving back to the community. I am a big believer in service, and find it very humbling to help out simply for the satisfaction of bettering the community around us.
I am hoping to attend Texas Tech School of Law after graduation. After becoming a licensed attorney, I want to practice family law. I hope to work mainly on adoption cases, but maybe also child custody, and divorce cases as well. Achieving my goals will require time, patience, and a lot of hard work. However, I know that in the end, practicing law will be highly rewarding. Getting into law school requires preparing for the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT), law school itself requires commitment, competence, and community, after law school I will be required to spend hundreds of hours preparing for the Bar Exam to become a licensed attorney.
As mentioned before, Texas Tech School of Law is my first choice school, and where I hope to be. However it is important to have other options. My second choice is Maurer School of Law at Indiana University Bloomington. My third choice school is Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
This fall semester I will be studying for the LSAT on my own, using a preparation book. In the spring semester, I will be doing an online preparation course through the Princeton Review LSAT. I am planning on taking the June LSAT in 2018, but depending on how my studying in the fall goes, I might take the LSAT in February. Providing that my scores are sufficient, I hope to do early decision admissions to Texas Tech Law, in the fall of 2018. I will be graduating in December of 2018, and plan to spend the next few months preparing to start law school in the summer or fall of 2019.