Transfer without an LSAT score

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lawyerkobe
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Transfer without an LSAT score

Postby lawyerkobe » Mon Jul 04, 2011 11:25 am

How do you like this:

My LSAT score is from June 2005. I don't really know how the expiration works, but when my first few transfer apps went out, it said I had a reportable score and the report went out.
Now, one school finally got around to requesting the report, but it is after June 21 or whenever it came out 6 years ago, and it says I don't have a reportable score.

Now, I can't imagine this school cares about the score being reportable, if they even care about the score at all. And in any event, there is no LSAT for me to take before the next couple of weeks. So if they won't consider me, so be it.

My question is, that LSDAS is not sending my report because it's missing an LSAT and I don't have one scheduled. So why do I do about that?
Should I register for the December one and then cancel it after LSDAS sends the report? Does that make me smart enough to transfer?

schooner
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Re: Transfer without an LSAT score

Postby schooner » Mon Jul 04, 2011 11:38 am

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lawyerkobe
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Re: Transfer without an LSAT score

Postby lawyerkobe » Mon Jul 04, 2011 11:42 am

I can call tomorrow. They're probably closed today. As is LSAC I presume.
I'm not working today.

Beagle5
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Re: Transfer without an LSAT score

Postby Beagle5 » Wed Jul 06, 2011 9:09 pm

Same happened to me. All you need to do is FAX LSAC a letter requesting they put your expired score in your file. Then you're back in business.

lawyerkobe
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Re: Transfer without an LSAT score

Postby lawyerkobe » Wed Jul 06, 2011 9:11 pm

Beagle5 wrote:Same happened to me. All you need to do is FAX LSAC a letter requesting they put your expired score in your file. Then you're back in business.


Yes. I called and that's what they told me. Yale said that's what they are telling everyone who has an expired score to do.
Interesting. They get how many transfer apps? And how many are 5 year old scores?




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