Laura Julia Shappirona
If I take the LSAT more than once, does the Admissions Committee consider the average or the higher LSAT score?
- Christina Taber-Kewene expert It depends on the schools. Many schools say they only consider the highest score of any scores received, but they do see all the scores.
- Jennie Rothman expert @Laura Julia Shappirona , it can actually be to your benefit for law schools to see multiple scores. If you've made a major improvement from your first test to the second, law schools will be pleased to know that you are a dedicated, diligent student who put in the work to improve her scores. Let us know how we can help!