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Question on LSAT Scores

Postby acegeorgia » Thu Jan 14, 2010 5:32 pm

problem resolved. thanks
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Re: Should I lie or tell the truth?!?!

Postby gustrock » Thu Jan 14, 2010 5:35 pm

This is the LSAT Addendum I sent to all the schools asking for one. It's true and to the point. I have already been accepted to one of the schools I sent it to. Schools don't want excuses. They want a simple explanation.

My September LSAT score of 155 was not because of lack of effort. Leaving the exam, I actually believed I performed quite well. When I received my score, I was horrified. I had two options at that point. 1) Call it quits. Maybe law school isn’t for me. Or 2) Study twice as hard, and know that a 155 was truly not indicative of my capabilities. I chose the latter.

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Re: Should I lie or tell the truth?!?!

Postby holydonkey » Thu Jan 14, 2010 5:36 pm

acegeorgia wrote:I took LSAT 4 times since 2007. Scores are, 149(JUNE 07), 151 (Feb 09), 152(Sept 09), 159 (Dec 09). So I have 7 points increase from September 09 test. I did not submit an addendum explaining my score increase because I honestly did not have any explanation for it. I just wasn't prepared enough for the previous tests and I did study abit more for December 09 test. 4 Schools emailed me today and requested me to submit an explanation why there are more than 4 points score increase. WTH should I say? Will the honest I-STUDIED-HARDER-THIS-TIME.. Addendum be safe? or is that going to be an auto reject??? The fact that score increased 7 points will give me some bonus points at least?! :oops: What should I do?

Why should you be penalized for something someone else...noticed?

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