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OLSAS Lsat Score Request?

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Where can you check on LSAC to see if OLSAS requested your score yet? For those who take the Nov test, how long until the score shows up on OLSAS?

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Go to LSAC and check under your reports. It should tell you any schools that have requested your LSAT.

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45 minutes ago, SadNWO said:

Go to LSAC and check under your reports. It should tell you any schools that have requested your LSAT.

how long did it take for ur lsat score to show on olsas?

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Just now, PlayALawyerOnTV said:

That's going to depend on when OLSAS requests it...

i checked and it shows it was requested by uoft and osgoode today. So when would it be generated? What is the general waiting period?

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From what I've seen LSAC will generate a report and send it to schools / OLSAS within 24 hours of it being requested (your mileage may vary). 

OLSAS turning it around / releasing it to the individual schools is another question, and answers seem to vary wildly school to school. 

Lastly, does it really matter that much? Why stress about it? Your November score will make it to the schools in due time. 

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4 minutes ago, PlayALawyerOnTV said:

From what I've seen LSAC will generate a report and send it to schools / OLSAS within 24 hours of it being requested (your mileage may vary). 

OLSAS turning it around / releasing it to the individual schools is another question, and answers seem to vary wildly school to school. 

Lastly, does it really matter that much? Why stress about it? Your November score will make it to the schools in due time. 

Okay thank you. And no it doesnt really matter but Im curious and would like to know the process. Not stressed/worried but I like to be informed.

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1 minute ago, REDDSTAR said:

Okay thank you. And no it doesnt really matter but Im curious and would like to know the process. Not stressed/worried but I like to be informed.

Unfortunately the process can be a bit of a blackbox as far as timelines are concerned.

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