Withdraw or Go in for the "Experience"

mystikal
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Withdraw or Go in for the "Experience"

Postby mystikal » Thu Nov 29, 2012 12:45 pm

I just took a practice test last night and scored right around my usual... I need to study more and get down the tactics before going in...but should I just go in take the test and withdraw? or should I just withdraw all together? Does that "withdraw" on the testing hurt you?

PurpleMustang
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Re: Withdraw or Go in for the "Experience"

Postby PurpleMustang » Thu Nov 29, 2012 12:52 pm

Why would be a bad thing that you're scoring around your "usual"? Is it a low score?

If you go in and cancel your score, that will count as one of your three tries within a two year period and the "cancel" will show up on your LSAT record. If, however, you withdraw your registration before the test and before the deadline, you will not be penalized in any way (except monetary penalization).

mystikal
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Re: Withdraw or Go in for the "Experience"

Postby mystikal » Thu Nov 29, 2012 1:12 pm

PurpleMustang wrote:Why would be a bad thing that you're scoring around your "usual"? Is it a low score?

If you go in and cancel your score, that will count as one of your three tries within a two year period and the "cancel" will show up on your LSAT record. If, however, you withdraw your registration before the test and before the deadline, you will not be penalized in any way (except monetary penalization).


its a low score.. :(

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Re: Withdraw or Go in for the "Experience"

Postby PurpleMustang » Thu Nov 29, 2012 1:39 pm

mystikal wrote:
PurpleMustang wrote:Why would be a bad thing that you're scoring around your "usual"? Is it a low score?

If you go in and cancel your score, that will count as one of your three tries within a two year period and the "cancel" will show up on your LSAT record. If, however, you withdraw your registration before the test and before the deadline, you will not be penalized in any way (except monetary penalization).


its a low score.. :(


I'd withdraw then. Don't risk wasting one of your three tries if you're not content with your preparation.

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Re: Withdraw or Go in for the "Experience"

Postby TripTrip » Thu Nov 29, 2012 3:42 pm

Withdraw.

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Re: Withdraw or Go in for the "Experience"

Postby mastahodang » Mon Feb 11, 2013 2:00 pm

I was actually wondering the same thing, does it hurt to have a "cancel" record?

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Re: Withdraw or Go in for the "Experience"

Postby mastahodang » Mon Feb 11, 2013 2:00 pm

TripTrip wrote:Withdraw.


I was actually wondering the same thing, does it hurt to have a "cancel" record?




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