I just graduated and am currently studying for the LSAT and planning on taking it in December (Oct is too soon, if they had November that would be ideal, but they don't...)
Anyway, I want to apply for the 2011 cycle and have some questions.
Because I have never taken the LSAT before should I apply to schools early without it telling them it will come in January or wait till I get them and then hit submit? (I plan on having everything done before the LSAT date)
Is this going to be too late?
Any help is much appreciated. Thanks.
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You can submit prior to getting your LSAT but your file won't go complete until they receive your score so it doesn't really matter. If you have middling numbers or numbers that are on the cusp, then I think applying in January is going to hurt you at least a bit. Also, if you don't get the LSAT you want then consider retaking and holding off on applying till next cycle.
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