*LSAC believes their records to indicate that more than 3,000 of the candidates who registered for the March and April LSAT administrations have a previously canceled score.
*All March and April registrants who have a canceled score from any LSAT administered in the past 5 years will receive a confidential email (within the next 2-3 business days) which will include their canceled score and the month and year of the test administration it was from.
*Individuals with more than 1 canceled score will only receive their highest canceled score.
*The email will include a link to a confidential online form that will enable the candidate to request that LSAC restore the canceled score contained in the email. If the candidate DOES NOT want to restore the score, they do not need to take any action. No scores will be restored without specific approval by the candidate.
*For ease of reference, we (Spivey Consulting) will just call these revived scores "zombie LSAT scores."