ADVICE FROM NYU:
Some Reasons to Write an Addendum
• A long gap in your college attendance or resume.
• Academic misconduct, disciplinary action in college, or a criminal record.
• AN LSAT SCORE that does not accurately reflect
your law school potential (only if you are able to demonstrate prior
academic excellence despite low standardized test scores). For example, if you scored a 1000 on your SAT, but were able to graduate with a GPA of 3.9, the SAT was obviously a poor predictor of your college performance, and there would be reason to believe that the LSAT might be a poor predictor of your law school performance. In such a case, you should include an official copy of your SAT or ACT score, along with an addendum, discussing prior poor standardized test scores and excellent academic performance.http://prelaw.cas.nyu.edu/docs/CP/2746/ ... to,-79,644