Question about the # of times you can take the LSAT -3 times

secretad
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Question about the # of times you can take the LSAT -3 times

Postby secretad » Sat Apr 30, 2011 8:04 pm

I know that you can take the LSAT only three times in a two year period. http://www.lsac.org/jd/Help/faqs-lsat.asp#test-repeats

I have read the LSAC website and it is worded unclearly: "However, you may retake the LSAT if a law school to which you are applying...approves your retaking the test, and the school provides LSAC with written proof of its requirement no later than the last day of registration for the test."


My question is can you take the test more than three times in a two year period according to the above? And if you could, why would a school that you are not a member of yet approve of it?

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Re: Question about the # of times you can take the LSAT -3 times

Postby JamMasterJ » Sat Apr 30, 2011 8:37 pm

secretad wrote:I know that you can take the LSAT only three times in a two year period. http://www.lsac.org/jd/Help/faqs-lsat.asp#test-repeats

I have read the LSAC website and it is worded unclearly: "However, you may retake the LSAT if a law school to which you are applying...approves your retaking the test, and the school provides LSAC with written proof of its requirement no later than the last day of registration for the test."


My question is can you take the test more than three times in a two year period according to the above? And if you could, why would a school that you are not a member of yet approve of it?

Maybe you're on the WL and one extra point would bump up their median. I would have to assume that it's pretty rare




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