Writing an Addendum

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Writing an Addendum

Postby zjdj16 » Sun Jan 24, 2010 1:07 pm

I have never done well on standardized tests in the past put my GPA has always been great. In high school, I graduated with a 4.00 but only with a 22 ACT and in college, I am graduating with a 3.92 but only a 148 LSAT. I am looking for suggestions on how to convey the idea that my performance on the LSAT is not a accurate portray of my performance in the classroom.

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Re: Writing an Addendum

Postby jjones73 » Sun Jan 24, 2010 1:30 pm

I would personally study more for the LSAT and re-take. With your GPA you have a chance at T14 if you work to pull up your LSAT score. Otherwise you are going to be looking at T4 schools.

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Re: Writing an Addendum

Postby gwuorbust » Sun Jan 24, 2010 2:18 pm

Retake. You can write an addendum if you want. However, like other poster said, you are looking at t4. Perhaps a few in the very bottom of the t2. If URM and then you'd prob get into a few t2 schools, but the $ wouldn't be great... nor would the job prospects.

What is comes down to is that schools care massively about LSAT. An addendum is not going to change that. Good luck!

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