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I complained to the LSAC that I had a distraction during section 2 of my December 2012 test. For the first 15-20 minutes, loud construction started right outside of my building. They confirmed this distraction by my LSAT supervisors at the center, and have offered to allow me to attach a letter from them with my score when it comes out, stating the circumstances. I wasn't sure if this would look bad, but I really do think that section may have screwed me up. I have already turned in all of my applications, and they are now just on hold for my December score. Any advice? Thank you!!!!
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Attach the letter. A letter from LSAC about how the testing environment was imperfect will not look bad, it can only help.
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TripTrip wrote:Attach the letter. A letter from LSAC about how the testing environment was imperfect will not look bad, it can only help.
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Attach the letter but don't specify the section of the test that was affected as a disturbance during one portion of the test may affect the remainder of your testing performance.
Last edited by CanadianWolf on Wed Dec 12, 2012 1:42 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Br3v wrote:TripTrip wrote:Attach the letter. A letter from LSAC about how the testing environment was imperfect will not look bad, it can only help.
Do it, but don't expect it to be a game-changer. Your LSAT score is still going to be your score, without another, higher score to say that the noise definitely affected you.
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