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- Rand M.
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Jockin Jay-Z wrote:Or do they just see the LSDAS report?
They are sent the transcripts as well.
The Credential Assembly Service (LSDAS) prepares a report for each law school to which you apply. The school will request the report directly from LSAC. Your report will include:
an academic summary
LSAT scores and writing samples
copies of all undergraduate, graduate, and law/professional school transcripts
copies of letters of recommendation, if applicable
Last edited by Rand M. on Fri Jan 08, 2010 8:11 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Based on my acceptance letters to date, LSDAS appears to provide a copy of each transcript submitted with the LSDAS report. To matriculate, I need to provide one or two "official" transcripts from the schools I attended because, according to the letters, the copies they received from LSDAS were "copies."
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