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after further review, I have decided not to take the december lsat. I allready sent out a few applications that stated that I was planning on re taking the december lsat. ( I have been studying, and my prep tests are still within 2 points of my actual october score, so the chances of me doing much better are not worth the risk of having a bad day and going down). Should I email the school and tell them I am no longer planning on taking the test, or will they be informed of lsac that I have allready recieved my refund ( I faxed it in and called to confirm on friday).
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Just call the schools and notify them of what happened. Tell them that they can proceed to evaluating your applications and that you apologize for any inconvenience.
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