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2 hours ago, rebeccamtl said:

I haven't had an LSAT request from them yet, do you think it's because I indicated I am retaking in January? I doubt they will get to my app before the Jan scores are released anyways, since I applied mid-December, but I am kind of dying to hear from them 🥺

I did not indicate that I am writing in January and my LSAT hasn't been requested by TRU yet. I applied in Mid-November.

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2 hours ago, marsplastic said:

I did not indicate that I am writing in January and my LSAT hasn't been requested by TRU yet. I applied in Mid-November.

i had the same thing. i emailed them and they said they dont request transcripts until ur app is complete. im still in school and i just sent over my transcript, once they receive that then they will request lsat scores

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