I submitted an addendum explaining my 169->178 LSAT score rise, and somehow, I am not sure how, exactly, at three of the schools (but not the other five I applied to) it shows up on the application with a typo. It is supposed to say "did not" when in fact it says "did". Now, the intent of the addendum is pretty obvious, but because of this, it makes the typo even more obvious. I am confused by how this happened as it did NOT happen on five of the eight applications.
Should I bother sending in a corrected addendum to the other three schools? Or should I leave things as they are?
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I would send a corrected copy. The difference between "did" and "did not" is pretty big.
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