What is the deal with the LSAC "Evaluation Service" ?

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What is the deal with the LSAC "Evaluation Service" ?

Postby 2807 » Mon Aug 16, 2010 9:03 pm

Howdy,

Can someone tell me if I should consider this? Does anyone have experience with this?

This is what the email says (from LSAC to me): (copy/paste)

LSAC’s Evaluation Service is a new way for law schools to learn about the skills and attributes their applicants possess. Evaluators are invited by applicants via e-mail to electronically provide ratings and comments on six noncognitive skill and attribute categories; law schools specify how many evaluations and/or letters of recommendation they wish to require or accept. The service is included as part of LSAC’s Credential Assembly Service at no extra charge to applicants. This service is being offered now for admission in 2011. To learn more about the Evaluation Service, use the links in this e-mail, or go to What’s New in your LSAC.org account.


Never heard/read of this on TLS. Sorry if this is old news to you veterans.

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Re: What is the deal with the LSAC "Evaluation Service" ?

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Re: What is the deal with the LSAC "Evaluation Service" ?

Postby 2807 » Mon Aug 16, 2010 9:09 pm

acrossthelake wrote:The answer is a few threads down.

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=126203

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=126961



Thanks! This site is so helpful!




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