Quick question on addendums

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Quick question on addendums

Post by bhh27 » Sun Nov 25, 2012 9:21 pm

1) Are we encouraged to write an addendum to point out an upward trend in GPA or is that something they recognize on their own? Case in point: I went from 3.0 (my first 2 years) to 3.7 (my last 2 years).

2) At what point is it necessary to explain a jump in the LSAT score? If I took the test a total of 3 times and saw the biggest jump between the 2nd and 3rd times (+10 points), and had a first score somewhere in the middle of the last two.

Yes, my numbers show some irregularity.

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Quick question on addendums

Post by sinfiery » Sun Nov 25, 2012 9:25 pm

Being told writing an addendum is going to benefit you requires both:

1. Significant alteration in numbers
2. Significant reason for significant alteration in numbers

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