I wish I could help but I have the same problem. I was thinking to focus more on my continued interest in their school. Less on me individually since I have graduated and nothing has changed in the past 2 months.
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« on: January 04, 2006, 07:32:16 PM »
The school told me that I could add an addendum to my file now. Should I??? If so what should be said in an addendum of this nature? Should I just give a quick update on my life abroad and state that they are my first choice???
This may sound stupid but I had an addendum on my original application so how should I label the second one?
I know excuses for LSAT performance should be left out of the admissions process BUT I had a lousy score of 155 with a perfect games section. Should I try to shed light on my strength so that I appear to have atleast one strong area instead of several average areas???
Any others out there want to voice their opinion. 155 with a perfect game section should it be mentioned???
155 is a very average score but stating a perfect section may show that the entire test was not average and I do have a strong area.
I know excuses for LSAT performance should be left out of the applications but would it be ok to point out a strength in the exam if the overall was poor. I scored 155 but had a perfect games section. Worth mentioning or not?