Should I submit an LSAT adendum

drive4showLSAT4dough
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Should I submit an LSAT adendum

Postby drive4showLSAT4dough » Mon Aug 13, 2012 12:26 pm

Took 1st LSAT (156) in February, senior year of college. I was in the middle of 3-a-day practices for my varsity sport Monday-Friday leading up to the test. I was excused from those practices Saturday, to take the test.

I scored 8 points higher on my second LSAT more normal circumstances. And I'm going to be taking it a 3rd time.

Would the adendum help?

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gaud
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Re: Should I submit an LSAT adendum

Postby gaud » Mon Aug 13, 2012 4:06 pm

Not really. I wouldn't worry about it.

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Re: Should I submit an LSAT adendum

Postby Nova » Mon Aug 13, 2012 4:13 pm

No. It wont help and you should not submit one.

Its your fault for taking the test when you were too busy/were not ready. Youre better off letting your new score speak for itself.

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Re: Should I submit an LSAT adendum

Postby JohnV » Tue Aug 14, 2012 3:27 pm

Nova wrote:No. It wont help and you should not submit one.

Its your fault for taking the test when you were too busy/were not ready. Youre better off letting your new score speak for itself.


Agreed. Although it sucks that you weren't prepared, they aren't going to take pitty on you. Unpreparedness does nothing to allievate the damage it'd do to their stats admitting you (for some schools, anyways) and submitting an addendum admitting that you had bad judgment will only highlight that bad judgment. It's best to just move on and show them that things have changed with a better score.




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