158-->166, NOT addendum worthy, correct?

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kehoema2
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158-->166, NOT addendum worthy, correct?

Postby kehoema2 » Sun Oct 31, 2010 9:52 pm

Any advice is appreciated. I have browsed the forum and the consensus seems to be that the multiple lsat addendum does more damage than good. Just want to make sure that input still holds here.

Also, if an application asks for an addendum, shorter is better than longer correct? Unfortunately I don't have a compelling excuse (i.e. didn't have test center difficulties, death in the family, etc.). Just want to make sure my applications are in the best shape possible. Thanks for any help given.

maritimus
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Re: 158-->166, NOT addendum worthy, correct?

Postby maritimus » Sun Oct 31, 2010 10:06 pm

Nice work OP. I just jumped by the same amount. I’m leaning toward not writing an addendum and letting the scores speak for themselves. My first score is three years old.




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