If you do that one user for 2011-2012 shows up.tfleming09 wrote:Here, and filter your search by multiple retakersinthebeginning wrote:And what is the evidence of it NOT being true?
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Here's a more simple explanation: Lsn dovetails very nicely along straight lines. Logically, if schools actually care about this, you would see more variance among similarly numbered applicants. I took the lsat three times and yet my cycle perfectly correlated with people on Lsn that reported only taking once and people who had a worse retake. As nova said, usnwr rules all and they do not require schools to disclose the average LSAT score or any similar criteria.inthebeginning wrote:If you do that one user for 2011-2012 shows up.tfleming09 wrote:Here, and filter your search by multiple retakersinthebeginning wrote:And what is the evidence of it NOT being true?
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How convenient that schools like Michigan would try to discourage students at their LSAT median from retaking. After all, a 169/173/3.8 is tougher (i.e. more expensive) to attract than a 169/3.8.inthebeginning wrote:The Michigan Admissions blog has a post saying it could ruin an otherwise flawless application. What if you are currently at median. How do you know they really just look at the best?Nova wrote:TMC116 wrote:Nothinginthebeginning wrote:But what happens if he retakes and pulls a 165?TITCR. Basically no down side except lost time/cash. The upside could be exponential.top30man wrote:It won't matter. Schools only care about the highest score.
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