Can a school see if an applicant has registered to retake the LSAT, or do they have to wait until scores are released?

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Can a school see if an applicant has registered to retake the LSAT, or do they have to wait until scores are released?

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Schools can see it, but each school has its own policy about when to review such a file. We will typically hold review if the person has a December test registration, but not for a February. This is our default position. If an applicant requests a review or a hold, we will abide by their wishes. TLS: Do you find that you truly believe the LSAT is a solid indicator of success in law school? The LSAT has been proven time and again to be the most accurate tool in predicting first year performance. It isn’t always right and it should never be used alone, but out of all the things we have to predict performance, the LSAT is more accurate than any other single measure. However, I have seen people with below 25th percentile (for Illinois) LSATs finish in the top ten percent of the class almost every year. Those people have other indicators in their file that predict high law school performance. TLS: For people who have a less than desirable test scores, and have shown that standardized tests

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