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Postby StillHerexxx » Sat Oct 16, 2010 10:03 pm

I took the LSATS in October as I posted on here earlier. I haven't gotten my scores back obviously, but would it be a good idea to sign-up for and retake the test in december regardless of my score? I am thinking I could write an addendum and apply in mid november, and in the addendum, write how I had no clue how to prepare for the LSAT and did not reach my potential and then hopefully prove myself in december. Is this a solid plan? Maybe I will surprise myself on the LSAT, but I think this could work and show I am willing to work hard.


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Re: Retake

Postby Sandro » Sat Oct 16, 2010 10:36 pm

I *might* retake but im not throwing another dime at LSAC until i know for SURE i have to. I've already given them 100s in postpone/absent fees...

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Re: Retake

Postby nealric » Sun Oct 17, 2010 1:16 pm

My advice to prospective law students is to always take the LSAT three times unless you score a 170+. There's not much to lose, and a lot to gain from even a few more points.

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