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Hey I was just wondering if there should be any timing consideration given to sending in my application. I took the LSAT 2 years ago and didn't score well, and I am retaking in December. Should I hold off on formally submitting my applications until I see the new score? Will they reject my app right away before getting the updated score? How do I approach this? All my LORs and transcripts are in already.
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Most schools will ask on the application if you are planning on taking future LSATs, and will wait for those scores to render a decision (many have language to that effect directly on the application). In that case, it would seem that submitting now is the way to go.
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