Will LSAC automatically update your score report?

omegaomega
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Will LSAC automatically update your score report?

Postby omegaomega » Thu Jul 05, 2012 1:12 am

Say if I took the June LSAT, and request LSAC to send the scores in September. Then I take the Oct LSAT again. Will the new score be sent to schools if I do not request it to be sent again?

I remember someone on this board saying LSAC will update your scores automatically. But this does not make too much sense since I'm not going to pay them extra. The real problem is, it makes retaking riskier since schools will know if you have a lower score...

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Micdiddy
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Re: Will LSAC automatically update your score report?

Postby Micdiddy » Thu Jul 05, 2012 2:29 am

omegaomega wrote:Say if I took the June LSAT, and request LSAC to send the scores in September. Then I take the Oct LSAT again. Will the new score be sent to schools if I do not request it to be sent again?

I remember someone on this board saying LSAC will update your scores automatically. But this does not make too much sense since I'm not going to pay them extra. The real problem is, it makes retaking riskier since schools will know if you have a lower score...


So much wrong with this post.
A: yes they update it automatically.
B: it doesn't cost any extra money.
C: the school always get to see all your previous LSAT scores and cancellations.

omegaomega
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Re: Will LSAC automatically update your score report?

Postby omegaomega » Thu Jul 05, 2012 4:03 am

Micdiddy wrote:
omegaomega wrote:Say if I took the June LSAT, and request LSAC to send the scores in September. Then I take the Oct LSAT again. Will the new score be sent to schools if I do not request it to be sent again?

I remember someone on this board saying LSAC will update your scores automatically. But this does not make too much sense since I'm not going to pay them extra. The real problem is, it makes retaking riskier since schools will know if you have a lower score...


So much wrong with this post.
A: yes they update it automatically.
B: it doesn't cost any extra money.
C: the school always get to see all your previous LSAT scores and cancellations.


Thanks!
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