Should You Take the LSAT a Third Time?
Should You Take the LSAT a Third Time? Is the third time the charm? Law School Expert blog reader Dru H. asked this question:
My first LSAT score last December was much lower than what I was expecting, so I took June’s exam. If after receiving my June LSAT score in a few weeks I am still apprehensive of the likelihood my target schools will accept me, what are your thoughts on taking the LSAT a third time?
Here is my answer in 60-Seconds with Law School Expert.
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