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Do law schools see all of your LSAT scores?

Yes, except for first-time scores canceled using the Score Preview feature, when you take the LSAT more than once, LSAC will calculate an average score that will be printed on your score report along with the scores from all of your individual test dates. Most schools say they consider only the highest score in admissions decisions; however, some schools say they consider all the scores on record, and a small minority of schools say they use the average score. Additionally, if there is a significant difference between your scores (usually five points or more) some schools will ask you to submit an explanation with your application. Always check with the admissions committees of the schools to which you are applying to get up-to-date information on test score policy.

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