Hi and congratulations on picking a career path! I took the LSAT 20 years ago and I’m sure things have changed but when I took it, I prepared by taking a lot of practice tests. If there are schools that don’t require it, that would be a good option too. As far as what looks good to law schools, I think the nice thing about law is that there are people from all different backgrounds and college majors. For instance I was a math major and my friend was a music major in undergrad. I think a lot of the schools obviously look at grades but also take life experiences into consideration as well. Try to emphasize to the schools what your strengths are and your reasons for wanting to go into law. It sounds to me, from your interest in nonprofits, that perhaps you are considering a law career in the nonprofit or public sector world. If that is the case, I think that is great, and that could be something to share on your applications. Good luck! Also if you ever have the chance to extern/intern/work for a judge, I highly recommend. It is a great way to see the legal system and a wide variety of cases.