Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

Pinky Dinky
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Re: Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

Postby Pinky Dinky » Wed Mar 06, 2013 6:35 pm

I scored a disappointing 162!!! :evil:

The slight advantage clearly did not help. :cry:

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Re: Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

Postby Ti Malice » Wed Mar 06, 2013 7:16 pm

Pinky Dinky wrote:I scored a disappointing 162!!! :evil:

The slight advantage clearly did not help. :cry:


Do not retake.

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Re: Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

Postby John_rizzy_rawls » Wed Mar 06, 2013 7:34 pm

Pinky Dinky wrote:I scored a disappointing 162!!! :evil:

The slight advantage clearly did not help. :cry:


With extra time on each section?

Nice.

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Re: Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

Postby Drake014 » Wed Mar 06, 2013 7:57 pm

bizzybone1313 wrote:
Sheffield wrote:
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If that is the OP, then congrats..... and welcome to Harvard.


I sure hope girls in law school look like that. I am looking for a wifey, but she cannot be just "law school hot."


Don't let the body fool you.

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Re: Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

Postby thelawdoctor » Sat Mar 09, 2013 5:49 pm

I agree with the do not retake.

Many schools average out scores and if the average increase is 2 points (if any) so when factoring in the extra time...............you may likely go down.

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Re: Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

Postby NYstate » Sat Mar 09, 2013 6:28 pm

thelawdoctor wrote:I agree with the do not retake.

Many schools average out scores and if the average increase is 2 points (if any) so when factoring in the extra time...............you may likely go down.


No schools don't average out scores. They only have to report the highest score. Many schools say they average but the data does not support that assertion. NYU may be the only school that does, perhaps Stanford? I don't remember. But this idea of averaging is just another lie advanced by schools to try to seem exclusive.

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Re: Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

Postby thelawdoctor » Sun Mar 10, 2013 12:12 pm

NYstate wrote:
thelawdoctor wrote:I agree with the do not retake.

Many schools average out scores and if the average increase is 2 points (if any) so when factoring in the extra time...............you may likely go down.


No schools don't average out scores. They only have to report the highest score. Many schools say they average but the data does not support that assertion. NYU may be the only school that does, perhaps Stanford? I don't remember. But this idea of averaging is just another lie advanced by schools to try to seem exclusive.


depends on the school, many will tell you that they do

not all use the same policy on it, ask around it looks like you started coming up with examples as you were typing.

many medical schools do the same thing with the mcat

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Re: Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

Postby holmesboy » Sun Mar 10, 2013 12:24 pm

thelawdoctor wrote:I agree with the do not retake.

Many schools average out scores and if the average increase is 2 points (if any) so when factoring in the extra time...............you may likely go down.


Averaging scores and holistic review are related flames.

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Re: Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

Postby longlivetheking » Wed Mar 13, 2013 3:12 pm

NYstate wrote:
thelawdoctor wrote:I agree with the do not retake.

Many schools average out scores and if the average increase is 2 points (if any) so when factoring in the extra time...............you may likely go down.


No schools don't average out scores. They only have to report the highest score. Many schools say they average but the data does not support that assertion. NYU may be the only school that does, perhaps Stanford? I don't remember. But this idea of averaging is just another lie advanced by schools to try to seem exclusive.



lol @ nyu averaging scores.

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Re: Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

Postby NYstate » Thu Mar 14, 2013 6:10 pm

longlivetheking wrote:
NYstate wrote:
thelawdoctor wrote:I agree with the do not retake.

Many schools average out scores and if the average increase is 2 points (if any) so when factoring in the extra time...............you may likely go down.


No schools don't average out scores. They only have to report the highest score. Many schools say they average but the data does not support that assertion. NYU may be the only school that does, perhaps Stanford? I don't remember. But this idea of averaging is just another lie advanced by schools to try to seem exclusive.



lol @ nyu averaging scores.

Wasn't that a thing? I doubt anyone averages anymore no matter how much they protest.




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