We’re now entering application season, and one question that often comes up is at this time of year is: should I submit an addendum to explain my low GPA or LSAT score? And if so, how long should it be? Our resident law school admissions expert, Dave Killoran, talks with a student about her addendum, and provides some handy rules for putting together an explanation.
Here’s a quick preview. Make sure to check out the full thread to read the entire explanation Dave provided to this student:
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