Re-apply for NYU with two different LSAC Account


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Hi, I applied for NYU LLM for academic year 2018 - 2019. However it was rejected due to my own mistake. The email of rejection came out on May, it said that they have to reject my application due to two TOEFL scores that I deposited to LSAC. While my first TOEFL score passed all of their minimum requirement, my second TOEFL score did not. Whereas I did remember I requested LSAC to only send the first TOEFL score, but I think by default LSAC sent out those two.

I am wondering, if I applied for academic year 2019 - 2020 with better TOEFL score, will the remaining TOEFL scores (because LSAC won't omit any of the deposited TOEFL score, and definitely will send three TOEFL score to NYU) will impact my chance to get admitted? or is it better for me to create a new LSAC account so I will have clean record on my LSAC?

I have no idea where to get opinion on this, hopefully anyone here may be able to give me an idea for my next step. Thanks!
Hi, I applied for NYU LLM for academic year 2018 - 2019. However it was rejected due to my own mistake. The email of rejection came out on May, it said that they have to reject my application due to two TOEFL scores that I deposited to LSAC. While my first TOEFL score passed all of their minimum requirement, my second TOEFL score did not. Whereas I did remember I requested LSAC to only send the first TOEFL score, but I think by default LSAC sent out those two.

I am wondering, if I applied for academic year 2019 - 2020 with better TOEFL score, will the remaining TOEFL scores (because LSAC won't omit any of the deposited TOEFL score, and definitely will send three TOEFL score to NYU) will impact my chance to get admitted? or is it better for me to create a new LSAC account so I will have clean record on my LSAC?

I have no idea where to get opinion on this, hopefully anyone here may be able to give me an idea for my next step. Thanks!
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JJ2017
Creating a new LSAC account to try and bypass this won't look good (and could go against you). NYU probably has your old application (and TOEFL scores) on record and I expect they look at previous unsuccessful application when dealing with new ones. I would use the same account, talk to LSAC about removing the previous TOEFL scores / documents and then attach a statement to your application setting out the fact you applied previously, and that you have since redone TOEFL and have higher scores.
Creating a new LSAC account to try and bypass this won't look good (and could go against you). NYU probably has your old application (and TOEFL scores) on record and I expect they look at previous unsuccessful application when dealing with new ones. I would use the same account, talk to LSAC about removing the previous TOEFL scores / documents and then attach a statement to your application setting out the fact you applied previously, and that you have since redone TOEFL and have higher scores.
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