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LSAT Preparation => Studying for the LSAT => Topic started by: . . . . . . on March 24, 2006, 07:04:23 AM

Title: LSAT question
Post by: . . . . . . on March 24, 2006, 07:04:23 AM
OK, my research of the LSAT has led to me believe that the LSAT is graded on a curve where half of all test takers score above 150 and half below, And that the scoring of each test is done after the grades come in so harder test can be graded different from an easier test.

If that statement is true then would it also be true that if for each person that took the LSAT for real if someone else took the test just to blow it off and fail on purpose that the curve would help the people who really wanted to pass

I propose that we all pay for some idiot to take the test with us that will fail on purpose and that way our grades will become higher cause the Test graders will think the test was harder and therefore the curve will make like 6 questions wrong still a 180.

Just a thought
Title: Re: LSAT question
Post by: juliemccoy on March 24, 2006, 08:37:13 AM
It doesn't matter. Just study and worry about your own performance.
Title: Re: LSAT question
Post by: CheezyWeezy on March 24, 2006, 11:45:19 AM
hahaha that's funny