Hey...I'm an LD kid, too. My experiences are different from yours, however. I was a preemie baby (only 2 pounds) and was supposed to have cerebal palsy and be subject to blindness. Thank goodness, since I went through therapies since birth..I am "normal." The only obstacle I face is LD. I have a processing disability which makes the LSAT nearly impossible (the lsat is a processing test). My documentation goes back until birth, so I had an easier time getting accomodations, but quite frankly, this was not enough. Personally and having lived with LD for my entire life, I do not think that the LSAT is indicative of my capabilities ( or anyone else that has LD)...and that is what I wrote my addendum on. If you have a strong GPA, this will probably help your case (especially if you have a processing disability). I'm applying with a 150 LSAT, and sadly, that score was a result of 5 months of studying..but it was what I had to do. SO far I havent heard from any schools, but I'm hoping they see past my score and realize that I can make it through law school. I'll let you know how it goes. Let me know how it goes for you, too.