We hear these questions again and again: Should I cancel my LSAT score? Should I reschedule my test? Should I retake the LSAT? What if I’m unhappy with my LSAT score? How do law schools view multiple LSAT scores? How do I know what the best score is for me? You’re not alone in trying to figure this stuff out. In this segment, we talk with deans of admission from top law schools and with the premier test prep experts to get you the answers you need.
- William Hoye, Associate Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs, Duke University School of Law
- Sarah Zearfoss, Senior Assistant Dean for Admissions, Financial Planning, and Career Planning, University of Michigan Law School
- Noah Teitelbaum, Executive Director of Academics, Manhattan Prep
- Jeff Thomas, Director of Prelaw Programs, Kaplan Test Prep