Already Accepted w/$, Lower LSAT Score

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Already Accepted w/$, Lower LSAT Score

Postby jl9714 » Tue Jun 28, 2016 6:15 pm

Hi,

I retook after I had accepted a decent scholarship in hopes of more $. My score went down by two points.

Needless to say I'm really upset, but is there any way this could hurt my current scholarship? I have already paid the seat deposit, etc, and the reason I retook is because the financial aid person said a higher score could possibly get me a higher scholarship. Obviously that's not happening but I'm now afraid my current scholarship may be in jeopardy. Thanks for any insight.

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Re: Already Accepted w/$, Lower LSAT Score

Postby Dcc617 » Tue Jun 28, 2016 6:16 pm

jl9714 wrote:Hi,

I retook after I had accepted a decent scholarship in hopes of more $. My score went down by two points.

Needless to say I'm really upset, but is there any way this could hurt my current scholarship? I have already paid the seat deposit, etc, and the reason I retook is because the financial aid person said a higher score could possibly get me a higher scholarship. Obviously that's not happening but I'm now afraid my current scholarship may be in jeopardy. Thanks for any insight.


I don't think this is a thing that happens dude. Schools look at your highest score.

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Re: Already Accepted w/$, Lower LSAT Score

Postby jl9714 » Tue Jun 28, 2016 6:17 pm

Thanks. For context I'm at a T14 with a half scholarship, which I'm perfectly happy with. Just pissed about the LSAT, I have no idea what happened, and I think now I'm paranoid.

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Re: Already Accepted w/$, Lower LSAT Score

Postby Dcc617 » Tue Jun 28, 2016 6:19 pm

It levels out eventually. I look back and chuckle at my LSAT/admissions anxiety now that it's all over.



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