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Hello, I was reading in a book that its not a bad idea if you do perform poorly on standardized tests to put this in an addendum if its true, and you have paperwork to back it up (prior scores on ACT, SAT etc.). I was just curious as to what your guys thoughts were on the subject? Does it really alter admissions officers points of view of a subject? I am retaking it, I just got a 155 on the June Lsat with a 3.94 gpa from college.
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Very unlikely to make a difference. With your GPA, you'd be selling yourself short if you didn't retake in October. It is a learnable test, but maybe it'd help if you explained how you studied for it the first time around.