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Your schools should automatically receive your updated score, but many of their offices are so busy with new apps coming in every day that they might miss it.
I was fortunate enough to score significantly higher on the Dec LSAT, and soon after my score was updated I received several denials that didn't seem to make sense.
I called the admissions offices at these schools to ask them if they had noticed my new LSAT....they had NOT.
Long story short, I was admitted to several schools after being formally rejected.
MORAL OF THE STORY: Make sure to stay in personal contact with the schools and LET THEM KNOW when your new score goes up. Don't assume the LSAC auto-update is sufficient.
Best of luck to you....
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vsanghav wrote:i guess im confused because my app is complete everywhere except one school. so they would just get a notification when i signed up for the test?
When they sit down to make decisions about acceptances/rejections they will see that you are signed up for the December test and likely pass over your file until the new score is reported. If you get acceptances before you sign up for the exam I don't think it is likely a school would rescind the acceptance but all of the schools will receive an update on the score. It's not like you can hide an LSAT score or something.
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