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So, I was one of the unlucky ones who didn't realize that applying for an LSAC fee waiver would place a hold on my score regardless of whether I had paid for the LSAT out of pocket. Hence, I still don't have my score. However, I did receive a few fee waivers today, UVA and UCLA. The UCLA letter granted a fee waiver and said that I was a candidate for the Dean's Merit Scholarship. Does this have any significance? Can I estimate a lower LSAT bound?
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