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iSpool wrote:UT has this ambiguous statement on their site regarding multiple LSAT attempts:
Candidates with multiple LSAT scores will be evaluated using all reported scores. However, the Law School will no longer solely consider an applicant’s average score in the admissions review process. The ABA recently revised its survey reporting requirements; all law schools are being asked to report an applicant’s highest LSAT score.
I'm not sure whether this means they'll average scores for their consideration, or whether the highest score has the highest bearing.
I scored a 162 last year, and didn't focus on the test due the hectic school schedule that came with double majoring in 3 years. I'm PT'ing around 167 and hoping for a 168-170 in December. What are my chances based on their consideration of multiple LSAT scores? Furthermore, will applying in January affect my chances?
Also, I'd love a list of other schools in this range to apply to. My GPA is 3.8.