This may be a silly question, but I need to know.
If you apply to a law school with one LSAT score and you are accepted/waitlisted/denied, and you retake the test during the same admission cycle and get a better score, does your new score make a difference in your admission decision?
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I think if you're denied, you're done. If you're accepted, well, then you're accepted. If you're waitlisted for further review, then yes, a retake will factor (how heavily it factors depends on the difference between your original and retake).
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