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  1. Hi everyone! cGPA/B3: 3.82 L2: 3.89 LSAT: 156 😕 I'm now considering whether it would be better to apply in the access category. I got a concussion in my third year of undergrad and I've had post-concussion syndrome ever since. I've been able to find ways to still do well at school and land good co-op positions (worked at large law firm downtown and work at boutique law firm now). However, I found it incredibly difficult to get a score in the 160s on my PTs this summer due to degree of active concentration required, my tendency to lose focus (concussion symptom) and the time constraint. Basically, the entire process of studying this summer killed my head; after any PT I would need to sit in a dark room and rest all day because my head was on fire. I know my head can't handle studying for and taking the lsat again. I'm wondering whether this claim would be sufficient to qualify for the access category and whether they would accept it as a "direct causal connection" to my LSAT score? Thanks for your input!
  2. Hi everyone! cGPA/B3: 3.82 L2: 3.89 LSAT: 156 😕 I'm now considering whether it would be better to apply in the access category. I got a concussion in my third year of undergrad and I've had post-concussion syndrome ever since. I've been able to find ways to still do well at school and land good co-op positions (worked at large law firm downtown and work at boutique law firm now). However, I found it incredibly difficult to get a score in the 160s on my PTs this summer due to degree of active concentration required, my tendency to lose focus (concussion symptom) and the time constraint. Basically, the entire process of studying this summer killed my head; after any PT I would need to sit in a dark room and rest all day because my head was on fire. I know my head can't handle studying for and taking the lsat again. I'm wondering whether this claim would be sufficient to qualify for the access category and whether they would accept it as a "direct causal connection" to my LSAT score? Thanks for your input!
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