So you took the LSAT and, like the good pre-law student you are, you submitted the rest of your application materials so you’d be good to go. Then you got your LSAT score back and thought “you know, I could probably do better.” What now?
There’s about a week left to register for the February LSAT. We at Most Strongly Supported have written before about some things to consider when deciding whether to take the February administration of everyone’s favorite test. Of course, the biggest factor to take into account is that the February LSAT is undisclosed, meaning LSAC doesn’t release the test afterwards.
The reason the February LSAT is nondisclosed is that in order to release the test afterwards, LSAC’s employees must journey to a remote island in the middle of the Abysmal Ocean.