Integrity wrote:Thanks guys. I'm a 4.0/158. I have prepped for the LSAT like no other. Beginning with the SSAT with boarding school, the PSAT sophomore year, and the SAT junior AND senior year...I've never had much luck beyond average scores. Not saying I cannot bump up, but my 158 was a considerable bump. I guess it would have to have some major reverse splitter love, or I better pull a Hail Mary LSAT day-- I will put forth my best effort!
I've read that this can make for a decent LSAT addendum topic. Some people just don't do well in standardized testing situations. If you can show them that you consistently score mediocre on standardized tests, but still consistently perform well despite the fact (grades in high school, your 4.0 GPA), you can present that to them in an addendum to try to show that your LSAT score is not and has not been indicative of your ability.