Do law schools really care how many times you took the LSAT?

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Do law schools really care how many times you took the LSAT?

Postby DATlsatBOI » Wed May 30, 2018 12:36 am

I've signed up for both the June & July LSAT, but I don't feel definitively ready for the June LSAT. As such, I'm considering withdrawing and just taking the July one while keeping the September one open as a potential retake. But I've been told that most law schools care only for your highest score, and won't care about other scores as long as it isn't excessive. Essentially, I'm wondering if this is true for all schools? Should I just go ahead and take the June one anyways for practice? Both exams are registered at the same location. I'm also a splitter so I'm trying to maximize my LSAT score.

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