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2 hours ago, goodisgood said:

Yes, but I thought that law schools weren't allowed to make decisions based on whether or not it was an accommodated test (otherwise what would the point be)?

 

https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2014/05/21/law-school-group-agrees-stop-flagging-scores-students-who-get-extra-time-due

https://www.kaptest.com/study/lsat/lsat-accommodations-what-you-need-to-know/

 

This! I'm also pretty sure that schools don't  even have access to that information, so they wouldn't know whether or not you had accomodations in the first place. 

Really hoping I don't have to see any ableism regarding LSAT accomodations on this forum from future lawyers and/or practising lawyers 🙃 ... 

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LSAC does not report to universities whether a given LSAT was written with accommodations or not. I don't know if this was always the case, but for current applicants all scores appear the same.

 

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LSAC does not annotate the score reports of individuals with disabilities who take the LSAT with testing accommodations, including the testing accommodation of extended time. All accommodated scores are reported in the same manner as nonaccommodated scores.

https://www.lsac.org/lsat/lsac-policy-accommodations-test-takers-disabilities

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I've seen people on other online forums get into T14 American schools with your stats. You should roll the dice if that interests you.

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