« on: February 13, 2008, 09:36:24 PM »
Call and ask, and I would recommend that you do it sooner than later if you think it will make a difference (if you think you did better than the previous test).
I took the Feb LSAT also, this was a retake, and emailed all the schools who I have not heard from after the test as I felt that I did significantly better (I hope). Most schools did not have a problem waiting, one of them even said that it would not negatively affect me given the time constraints of applying late (even though my apps have been in since Oct),
Then there was one school who accepted this request to wait and then emailed me later in the day to say, oh well, sorry, your application was just submitted for review and they didnt realize, so we can't take your score. I feel like I was almost punished for sending in my app early, meaning that if I had sent it in later it wouldn't have been processed by that time. I guess there's nothing that I can do about it, it's just frustrating to pay $60 to have a school not be able to accurately evaluate ur application.