There it has very specific instructions for what to do to have your test hand scored, but it has no guidelines for the written request. I searched the site and the forum, and came up with nothing there either. If anyone is familiar with the matter, could you please read this and tell me if it is acceptable?
To Whom It May Concern,
I have received my score for the February 6, 2010 LSAT administration. Based on my performance on practice tests previously administered and now available as study materials, the results from February 6 seem to be below what I consider my scoring range. This has led me to the conclusion that an error occurred during the automated grading process. Therefore, I am requesting that my test be rescored by hand.
While taking the test, I distinctly remember marks that were not properly erased. Also, I smeared several bubbles in one section during an attempt to answer the last question before the final seconds expired. I believe that these errant marks and smudges caused the grading machine to inaccurately score my test. If graded again by hand, I think that some of these answers deemed incorrect by a computer will actually be correct, thus improving my score on the test.
Enclosed with this letter are the requested documents, including my personal information, my testing information, and a $41 check made payable to the Law School Admission Council.