Lot’s of students are asking how their chance of admission would be impacted by applying with a December score. Most Strongly Supported has a neat chart courtesy of LSAC:
I’ll mostly associate myself with what Most Strongly Supported has to say since they are right on. 60% of applicants apply from January to the end of the admissions cycle, so you’re certainly not alone with a December score (with scores coming out ~December 25). Applying early is clearly better, but if you must take a December re-take, your chances are still good. Just make sure to have the rest of your application complete (letters, personal statement, etc) so that your final score completes your application.
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