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If your SAT scores were significantly lower than your undergrad's medians, then you might be able to make a case for standardized tests not accurately reflecting your ability to perform well in school. Even then, it's shaky. An addendum saying "I don't test well" really doesn't look great without any external justifications (learning disability, medical issue, etc.).
The better idea is to figure out how you could better prepare for the LSAT. How did you prepare? Did you underperform compared to your practice tests? The test is 100% learnable, and if you managed a 3.9 GPA, you can improve your score.
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Your best bet is to study and retake.
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