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Do schools view each section of the LSAT differently or with absolutely no bias (in other words, they just look at the raw LSAT score)? I ask this because if you apply to an engineering school, they'll look at the Math SAT subjects and ACT math sections, and not necessarily any of the other sections other than perhaps science. Just curious.
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Schools just look at your scaled score, not your raw score nor your section breakdowns.
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Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but schools don't get anything but your scaled score, date of the test and your percentile, do they?
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suspicious android wrote: schools don't get anything but your scaled score, date of the test and your percentile
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No they don't.
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Do you think they should?