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1. I am applying for law school for Fall 2021. I have a 3.88 GPA and have taken the LSAT three times. My first score was a result of technical errors during the Flex, I was logged out of the test mid section and my proctor failed to stop the clock, I received a 158. My second score was a 163 and my last score was a 174. I will be writing an addendum explaining my 158 score, but I am wondering if it’s necessary to do that for the discrepancy between my last two scores as well?
2. I have previously taken the GRE twice. I know some schools, such as NYU and Harvard, require applicants to submit all valid LSAT and GRE scores. However, I did poorly on my GRE both times (one at 40th and one at 80th percentile) and am wondering if I should write an addendum regarding these scores as well? I’m not sure if I should even bring attention to this at all. Do they weigh GRE and LSAT scores similarly, will they even look at my GRE scores, how do they compare them? I would obviously like to be considered with my 174 LSAT, so I am wondering if I should write an addendum regarding this being a much more accurate indicator of my abilities.
Any and all opinions/advice regarding this would be so appreciated! Thanks in advance!!!