Just curious as to how a well-documented learning disability may affect one's perceived fitness for state bar "fitness and character" considerations?
Omberon, do you feel that you could have gotten a higher score if you had extra time to take the exam? If the LSAT acts as a gatekeeper like fortook mentioned, this is a pretty important question to consider.
Hello everyone,I have a well documented learning disability that severely impairs my performance on Standardized tests. Would this help my case at schools such at Harvard, Yale and Stanford? I did receive some accommodations when I took LSAT. I did not do that well, but this is expected I guess...I know that law schools do not report LSAT scores that have been accommodated so I wonder would this, along with my learning disability help my chances at getting into Harvard, Yale, and Stanford as a non-traditional student. Also I am a URM.
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