I wouldn't recommend this at all. I would try to press them once more to see "if there is anything I could do to expedite this to get it in as close to the November 1 deadline as possible" or something like that. If not, I might just ask someone else.
So basically, I have a very legitimate reason for my cgpa to be really low (1.4/1.5) the first two years that can be documented through the university's disability office and a low 3.0 gpa for the rest.
My L2 includes my exchange grades.
My medical condition is such that I wouldn't be able to get it accommodated with basically removing the timed aspect and this negating the point of the LSAT. If I have an absence seizure, those can last 20 min. I had one during the games section last time and it basically killed my score.
And now that it's a digital format, that's yet another major trigger.
Hello Lawyer Candidates!
I am starting this new topic to remind anyone here writing the Barrister and Solicitor exams this November, myself included, that we can do this. We just need to keep doing what we have been doing till now and not give up.
If you are working full-time like me, I feel your pain. Two main things keep me going: 1) I was successful, like any of you, throughout law school and everything that came along. This should be no different. 2) I will be extremely relieved/happy once this is over. I visualize this feeling every day, which helps me make the necessary sacrifices that the studying requires.
Finally, if any of you wrote the June 2019 and would like to provide us with some "advice"/feedback/warning, we would highly appreciate it.
Thank you and good luck to all of us!
If your stats are correctly calculated, you will almost certainly be accepted.
Whether or not you're applying to other schools has no effect on your application. That being said, given that it takes 10 seconds to send a quick email there is no reason not to.