Taking the LSAT after Submitting a Seat Deposit

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lawschooliseasy
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Taking the LSAT after Submitting a Seat Deposit

Postby lawschooliseasy » Sun Mar 28, 2010 5:56 pm

Is it okay to put a seat deposit down at a school and still register for the June LSAT? I'm not too happy with my options at the moment, but I could live with one or two of them. Is it okay to put a seat deposit down at my best bet, retake the LSAT and duck out if my score improves substantially?

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TCScrutinizer
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Re: Taking the LSAT after Submitting a Seat Deposit

Postby TCScrutinizer » Sun Mar 28, 2010 6:21 pm

Some schools don't like it, but it is your prerogative to throw away a seat deposit if you so choose.

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zreinhar
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Re: Taking the LSAT after Submitting a Seat Deposit

Postby zreinhar » Sun Mar 28, 2010 6:22 pm

Yes, but you wont get your seat deposit back... and if you get a good enough score sometimes you can leverage that for more $$ from the school... Im surprised more people dont do it, though its prob because that test is a demon

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Re: Taking the LSAT after Submitting a Seat Deposit

Postby danidancer » Mon Mar 29, 2010 12:07 am

zreinhar wrote:Yes, but you wont get your seat deposit back... and if you get a good enough score sometimes you can leverage that for more $$ from the school... Im surprised more people dont do it, though its prob because that test is a demon


Yup, I'm considering this myself, but... UGH. I cannot fathom taking that awful awful test again!




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