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same! what does your lsat report say on lsac? right now mine just says a first time report has been generated but not that it has been sent yet

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37 minutes ago, REDDSTAR said:

same! what does your lsat report say on lsac? right now mine just says a first time report has been generated but not that it has been sent yet

Well this was my second LSAT so it might be different but mine say 1 report requested and 1 report sent but the dates are early November 

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11 hours ago, REDDSTAR said:

same! what does your lsat report say on lsac? right now mine just says a first time report has been generated but not that it has been sent yet

Mine is up on OLSAS now!

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Where exactly are you guys able to see your LSAT score on OLSAS? I’m not able to see anything on my end yet

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12 minutes ago, pSquared said:

Where exactly are you guys able to see your LSAT score on OLSAS? I’m not able to see anything on my end yet

Check under document tracking. Not exactly intuitive, but that's where it should show up.

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3 hours ago, PlayALawyerOnTV said:

Check under document tracking. Not exactly intuitive, but that's where it should show up.

Ha thank you so much! Yeah not the most intuitive for sure!

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