(Applications Advice, Letters of Recommendation . . . )
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I am applying to my dream school despite my score being 10 points below their median (got a fee waiver!). I understand my chances are a big fat zero. There are no legitimate excuses for my LSAT performance, so the addendum would emphasize how my softs prepared me to succeed in law school. Should I even bother with this, or would it bring too much attention to my score? TIA.
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Honestly, they are going to see your LSAT whether you decide to draw attention to it or not. If it is a glaring weakness in your application and you feel like you have a good explanation to why you did bad, you should definitely address it. Applying to a reach school, any additional evidence that you are more than a number can only help.