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Informing Ontario schools about an LSAT re-take

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Hi all, 

I took the June LSAT and am planning on retaking the LSAT in November. As the scores won't be received by the schools until after the application deadlines in November, what's the process to inform the schools that I've registered for and plan on taking it again, so they don't automatically reject me based on my first score and wait until November is received? 

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@jplawx Thanks! Do the schools refrain from looking at your application until the future test score is received then?

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14 hours ago, p1230 said:

@jplawx Thanks! Do the schools refrain from looking at your application until the future test score is received then?

I had looked into this last cycle and can't remember each school's specific policy but I think it's pretty standard that you may be accepted before a re-write, but you won't be rejected.

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