Wednesday, October 28, 2009

LSAT Accommodation deadlines!!

Don't wait until two weeks before the LSAT accommodation deadline to get an assessment. Not only will it be extremely difficult to get the testing done and all the documents ordered that are required that provide a good background history of symptoms, it also leaves no time for appeals if you leave out something in your last minute haste. It is extremely difficult to get someone to change their mind about a decision that has already been made. You have to show "significant new evidence" and by waiting for the last minute deadline you essentially lose out on the ability to appeal if you send in your request right up to the minute of the deadline.  It takes at least 2 weeks to complete a report from the last day of testing and that is if everything is in order and all documents are complete.


Blogger mwaterman said...

I would like to know if you have been successful helping people with dyslexia get accommodations for the LSAT.

I have a friend that has dyslexia. She has been denied twice now from the LSAC.

Do you think you could help her? She lives in the Silicon Valley.

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