Starbucks just brought back the Pumpkin Spice Latte, which can only mean one thing: fall is almost upon us (and, I guess, the rejoicing of Ugg/tights clad individuals everywhere). For those of you thinking about applying to law school, it also means that the November LSAT is just around the corner.
What happens if you take the LSAT multiple times? Policies have changed, some recently and some not so recently. Let’s run through a quick history so we can discuss what actually matters today.
You may hear something, especially from older lawyers, about multiple LSAT scores being averaged. That used to happen. Not anymore.