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  1. @ONTLawstudenthopeful Yeah you are right, I am sure they will accept it but for whatever reason I feel the need to bring it to their attention somehow. I don't know, I think I am just being paranoid. I had others suggest that I write emails to the admissions depts to let them know about my score and reiterate my interest in their school, but I am not sure if this is necessary/ useful.
  2. @dgallachI just checked and you are right, it is there. Thank you!!!
  3. @ONTLawstudenthopefulI actually just checked OLSAS and it has updated! Now I gotta worry about whether that will catch the attention of law schools or not
  4. @lucadamThank you! I definitely studied for my first test all wrong - I did zero practice tests and used things like Khan Academy, I would just do random questions untimed and review. The second time around I took the Oxford 48 hour class - it was quite helpful especially the material that they will provide you. I did practice tests - a minimum of 8 practice tests and I was very strict with timing myself. I would study two days on and one day off, so I wrote practice tests for two days and then gave myself a break, right up until test day. I also did a couple private tutoring sessions to work on my weak sections/ questions types only. Same thing with review - I reviewed the question types I frequently got wrong instead of focusing on everything. I hope this helps!
  5. I wrote the LSAT in August 2020 and got a 151 and I applied through OLSAS in October 2020. I indicated in my application that I would be taking the January 2021 test. I ended up with a 169 in the January test but my OLSAS only shows the August score. Am I supposed to wait for it to update on its own? How long does this take? Is this something you should be contacting schools about to ensure they see you as a competitive applicant due to the new score? Or do they just receive it automatically? Any advice welcome!
  6. I wrote the LSAT in August 2020 and got a 151 and I applied through OLSAS in October 2020. I indicated in my application that I would be taking the January 2021 test. I ended up with a 169 in the January test but my OLSAS only shows the August score. Am I supposed to wait for it to update on its own? How long does this take? Is this something you should be contacting schools about to ensure they see you as a competitive applicant due to the new score? Or do they just receive it automatically? Any advice welcome!
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