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How long do LSAT scores REALLY last???


How long do LSAT scores REALLY last???
« on: November 17, 2004, 09:34:47 PM »
Yo, I was just wondering how long LSAT scores really lasted.  I know that they are GOOD for 5 years, but it looks like I might actually get close to maxing those years out, and I don't want some adcom kicking me in the nuts for taking their word on how long the LSAT is good for.  So, I guess my question is, will I be penalized at all if my LSAT is 4 years old, as opposed to 1 year old.  Any help is appreciated.  And this smiley face is for you baby  ;D!!!


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Re: How long do LSAT scores REALLY last???
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2004, 09:38:15 PM »
It depends on the school. At some schools, the score can't be older than 3 years. At others it can be as many as 5 years. Check with each school.
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