« on: February 13, 2007, 02:06:53 AM »
I think that the best course of action would be that LSAC doesn't reuse portions of any test, and never administers the same test at a later date for anyone, because that has the potential to be unfair regardless of whether people make post-mortems on LSD. If anything, the post-mortems on LSD do a remarkable job of demonstrating how foolish LSAC would be to ever reuse the same test material because it most definitely gives people the ability to cheat.
Whether you prohibit post-mortems on LSD or not is a non-issue, because the above helds in either instance.
Edited, because I said something slightly unfair.