one school is forcing me to submit an addendum because I have a 5 point(or more) discrepancy in scores. I don't know what to say except that I just studied harder and went through more material. I also had a bit more time and planned my study schedule out better.
I just feel weird saying these things. What else can I say?
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BenJ wrote:That's perfectly fine. But which school "forces" you to submit an addendum? I know NYU suggests it, but no school I know of cares so much as to demand one.
A couple of applicants reported that UC Davis emailed and asked for an explanation for multiple LSAT scores. I think there are at least a couple of schools (none in the T14, though) that will do this.
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