LSAT date taken - Does it matter?

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CoolHouse

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LSAT date taken - Does it matter?

Postby CoolHouse » Sun Sep 25, 2016 6:02 pm

I read online that once you take your LSAT it is valid for 5 years. Do schools look at older LSATs with more scrutiny? So for example, if I took the LSAT in September of my 2nd year of undergrad would they treat it any differently than if I took it in the September of my fourth year?

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Re: LSAT date taken - Does it matter?

Postby Deardevil » Sun Sep 25, 2016 6:21 pm

If you're wondering if a 170 on a 2016 test matches the caliber of a 170 on a 2020 test, then yes, they're weighed equally.

God, how I wish I sat for the first test.



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