Sometimes students wonder what a drastic jump in LSAT score from one test administration to the next relays to admissions officers when considering applications. In this discussion on the PowerScore LSAT Forum, Dave Killoran provides advice for a student who is wondering if their score jump will raise suspicion and whether or not they should provide an addendum in their application.
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