Evaluators allowed to see your LSAT score FORGOTTEN CRIMES?

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rahimali
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Evaluators allowed to see your LSAT score FORGOTTEN CRIMES?

Postby rahimali » Wed Feb 23, 2011 7:28 pm

Just wondering if an evaluator has access to all of your information?

And, the "crime" which was explained to me as breaking a city ordinance about 10 years ago, I totally forgot the details...I can't even remember what it was called.. Since then, nothing other than tickets. I mean, do I need to get my criminal record and attach it to the application or would a simple explantion suffice?

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Re: Evaluators allowed to see your LSAT score FORGOTTEN CRIMES?

Postby fatduck » Wed Feb 23, 2011 7:28 pm

i really love the way you titled this thread




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