LSAC is notoriously stingy with granting accommodation requests for the LSAT for law school applicants faced with disabilities, but now LSAC posted a new video tutorial that explains how to get through the request process. For those of you dealing with these issues, I look forward to hearing your thoughts on the tutorial. Here is the link for the video.
Who Gets To Attend A Top Law School?
I know this sounds really stupid, because I should know this the answer to this by now. But is it true that most Law Schools are now only looking at your highest LSAT score instead of taking the average in case you took more than once?
I appreciate your help in advance! =)
Susan, they SEE all scores, but most only count the highest score in the index calculation. Not a stupid question, I promise. This confuses a lot of people.
Thank you for your answer, Ann.
I realized LSAT is scored relative to the test takers of the same day.
What is the trend like? Does June test takers tend to have higher mean/median scores than the September test takers?
I know for SAT, October tests usually yielded relatively lower score than say, June test.
Or does it really not matter at all?
Is there any website where I can find the average LSAT scores of each testing dates offered?
The test is not designed that way. It would be patently unfair. There are no tricks other than solid preparation…..
Only LSAC would have access to that information, and if it exists I do not know about it.