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    Hello everyone!

    Beginning this September, the LSAC will be lifting the limit on how many times law school applicants can sit for the LSAT. (The current limit is three times in two years.)

    We don’t necessarily see this as a net positive for most law school applicants. Taking the LSAT is costly and extremely stressful. If you can take it just once when you’re optimally positioned, you will be doing yourself a tremendous favor. Generally, scores don’t improve after the third attempt unless applicants do something truly different for their preparation.

    What we’re looking more forward to is the day when the LSAT is offered more than four times a year.

    Best of luck with your applications!

    Sincerely,

    David Petersam
    President
    AdmissionsConsultants, Inc.
    DPetersam@admissionsconsultants.com

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