« on: January 02, 2006, 03:48:26 AM »
I am writting that whole addendum of out perfroming stand. tests.
My question is very original.
Should I just provide evidence of SAT,ACT and PSAT all of which I was in the 40th percentile or lower on, and still manged a 3.8 at a tough school
Or should I also include copies of the state administered end of grade tests. Basically these are the tests that the great state of Texas uses to see if you are cap. of moving forward academically. On these tests I always performed in the 95th-99th percentile. I did amazing. I guess this tells me I am below avg. intellegence but a super hard worker. I will accept that. Hence the material, unlike true stand. tests is/can be taught studied ,learned. My thinking behind this is that in law school and the bar exam, as with college tests the material can be studied, so they don't just think I suck at tests in general or something alltogether. I have dug up very profound results. For example on the SAT/ACT/PSAT I was in the 20th percentile on writting and verbal and then on the English II AP/TAAS state test I was in the 98th percentile just 5 months later. This doesn't add up, unless.... I hust suck at stand. tests.
Oh and how do I provide the evidence, scan them and send them with LSAT addend.
Thanks and sorry for the long post.