If you have a documented disability (like cerebral palsy), you are allowed accommodations, even in law school. So my question would bewhy didn't you get an accommodation (like extended time) on the LSAT or SAT? I don't know if an admissions committee would have similar questions or not.
Well, I didn't attempt to get accomodations for mostly this reason: I don't think I've really needed them. Despite these early childhood difficulties, I was able to graduate high school and graduate college successfully, and at a high level. Although I did have to overcome early on in my life and education, I didn't think that it was morally defensible to take accomodations for the LSAT, when I hadn't taken accomodations for anything else in my undergraduate career. Does that make sense?
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