You will not be penalized for taking the LSAT more than 3 times. Although in my experience speaking to administrators of the LSAT, writing the test twice, is usually a good indicator of the best score you will achieve. If you are seeing that your score is getting higher each time, then use your best judgement. Law schools will always take your best score, but keep in mind that they will take a look at your previous attempts as well. Good luck!
159 is an amazing score! Congratulations on that first and foremost! Before you begin questioning whether you write again you should review Saskatchewan's application requirements. Most law schools now are assessing candidates on a holistic basis, meaning they look at your entire application (community involvement, GPA, LSAT, volunteer work, extra curricular etc.) rather than just your GPA and LSAT. I would also recommend that you reach out and speak to a previous student or a second year student to get some more guidance. Alternatively the school advisors are also very helpful. In my experience, the above tactics have helped me... (More)
I have applied to transfer to Windsor and have been speaking to an advisor so yes, they are sending out acceptances! Also from my experience they send out acceptances all the way until August, on a rolling basis until all seats are filled. Make sure you are checking your Windsor account and OLSAS for completion of your application or any additional documents that may have been requested. Good Luck!