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Anonymous User wrote:"Working full-time fifty hours a week in a highly stressful position as a project leader, I could not devote enough time to study for the LSAT intensively. I took the test only on October or December for the previous three years, because I was able to take the test at the end of the annual business schedule. My LSAT score is not indicative of my true ability to excel in your law school."
I mentioned my work experience of leading legal projects at work in my PS to show that I have relevant capabilites/interests.
Thanks in advance.
Maybe provide some sort of evidence showing this is not your true ability to excel?
"....not indicative of my true ability. I have received a 4.0 in all Humanities courses"( something other than just...its not indicative i sware!!!)
just my $0.02
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Nova wrote:I don't think you should write it.
"Too busy" is a really bad excuse.
Agreed. Lots of people take the LSAT while working full time and having grown up obligations. I think an addendum like this won't make you look good.
Just retake and score at or above median for the schools you are applying to and then you don't have to worry about it.
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