There are plenty of reasons to stress out about your law school applications. Retaking the LSAT is not one of them. There is a lot of misinformation about this because policies have changed. Back in the olden days before 2006, law schools reported to the Law School Admissions Council, or LSAC, the average LSAT score of their incoming students, which was a weighty factor in law school rankings. To keep their rankings high, law schools generally averaged each applicant’s LSAT scores in their admissions decisions.