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Applying Before Best LSAT on File?


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If I submit my applications before I retake the LSAT in November, do I run the risk of being rejected based on the score I currently have on file? Or do Canadian law schools wait to send out rejections until the end of the cycle? I'm trying to figure out if it's worth getting my applications out of the way now so I'm not rushing to do it between writing the Nov LSAT and the Dec 1st deadline, but don't want to tank my chances by applying with a lower LSAT on file. Planning on applying to UBC, Dal, Queen's, and UVic, if that matters!

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Renerik
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You should apply now.

When applying there will be a prompt that asks whether or not you're retaking the LSAT. If you indicate that you are, they'll wait until you get your new score back before they assess your application.

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