We here at Most Strongly Supported hope that all of our readers awaiting a September LSAT score received good news this week. However, sometimes – for whatever reason – a score might fall short of your hopes and expectations. If you are in that unfortunate position, you may be trying to decide what your next steps should be.
This post is for you, my friend.
If your LSAT score wasn’t what you hoped, you may be considering whether to retake the test in December. Here are some factors to keep in mind as you make that decision:
1. When are you applying?
Let’s get one potential objection to retaking out of the way: the December LSAT will still allow you to apply during this admissions cycle.