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July scores are starting to go out. I just got mine and I scored higher than I thought! Good luck to everyone else checking their scores today!

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I envy you :D I still remember the soul crushing feeling of seeing my 157 at 4 am ahahaha

Congrats!

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25 minutes ago, Xer said:

July scores are starting to go out. I just got mine and I scored higher than I thought! Good luck to everyone else checking their scores today!

did you get it by email?

Nothing for me so far.:mellow:

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Just now, krnprykt said:

did you get it by email?

Nothing for me so far.:mellow:

Check your account on the LSAC website, it might be there.

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Good luck everyone, don't get discouraged if you didn't score where you hoped -most of us don't.

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10 minutes ago, Xer said:

Check your account on the LSAC website, it might be there.

It was there, thanks.

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