sibley wrote:chutzpah wrote:sibley have you checked their policy on multiple LSATs? They say on the website that they average the scores. That may be why you do not fit into the pattern you're trying to establish.How are multiple LSAT scores assessed? For reporting purposes, Georgetown adheres to the ABA policy of reporting the higher LSAT score. For evaluation purposes, the Georgetown Admissions Committee typically averages LSAT scores. Georgetown may consider the higher LSAT score if you have only taken the LSAT twice. Please address any mitigating circumstances you feel the Admissions Committee should consider.
I only took the LSAT twice and my disability explains my original low score, plus the 12 point jump tends to cause schools who do average to not.
In your opinion it explains your low score, maybe not in theirs. Also, "tends to cause" doesn't seem like you have a very solid argument, especially when the school you are complaining about chooses what "tends to cause" them to do anything.