One of the most common questions we receive from test takers after a second or third attempt at the LSAT is, “Should I cancel my most recent LSAT score if there’s a chance it’ll be lower than a prior attempt?” In this LSAT Forum Post of the Day, PowerScore Bibles author Dave Killoran and PowerScore VP of Development Jon Denning both weigh in on this challenging issue, and provide some insight sure to assist others in a similar position.
Here’s a quick preview. Make sure to check out the full thread to read the entire explanation Jon and Dave provided to this student:
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