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Is retaking the LSAT to increase your scholarship at a school you've been accepted to a thing? Like could I take the June LSAT just so I can get my scholarship increased?
My current score is 161.
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It doesn't always work, but it's worth a shot. If you significantly increase your score, you can threaten to sit out the cycle if the school doesn't bump up your scholly to what someone with your numbers would get.
The Dark Shepard
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Keep in mind that if you are considering sitting out a year that you will not have that much time to study for the June LSAT, meaning you'd only get one more chance for awhile (presuming you've already taken it once).
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