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Looking for guidance as to whether I should submit a brief LSAT addendum. In 2010, I took the test three times, scoring in the 95th - 97th percentile range. Decided to put off LS for a while and work, and studied the hell out of LG, which had been my only problem area. Scored 177 in June.
I don't really have an excuse, so my impulse is not to write one. I just couldn't do LG quickly before, and then this time I could. Is it conventional wisdom to write something if you have greater than a 6 point jump?
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