what is an accomodated score mean???
If you can demonstrate a condition or disability of some kind that will impact your test taking, you can take the test with special accommodations. For example, if you are severely dyslexic you could take the test with extra time or with someone who will bubble for you, or both. (Or at least that's my understanding).
I wonder if maybe having an accommodated score puts more emphasis on your GPA, given that your LSAT score won't be "counted" by the ABA in the same way.