« on: July 02, 2008, 01:49:46 PM »
Perhaps you should set your hopes lower than HYS - the LSAC had since the 16th to rush the other 39,900 scores.
I'm not certain if you did not read my post properly, or if you are just particularly dense.
My reply was to the comment "...(2) If they test on 30 June and still get everyone's scores (including Iowa) out on 7/7, then why are waiting almost 3 weeks when it appears LSAC can rush and get it done in about 1 week? "
The author of this comment appears to believe that since the LSAC seems to be able to score the June 30th examinees' tests and release them in one week, then everyones scores should be able to be prepared in a similarly expedient manner.
The author of the comment posed a question: "...why are [we] waiting almost 3 weeks when it appears LSAC can rush and get it done in about 1 week? "
In response to this inquiry, I wrote: "Re: (2) - Just because LSAC can prepare 100 scores from one testing location in one week doesn't mean that they can prepare 40,000 scores from EVERY testing center in one week."
Why does it take them 3 weeks and not 1 week? Because of the sheer quantity of exams.
I hope you didn't have this difficult of a time understanding arguments on the LSAT.
I don't know if you have problem with logic or just suffer from some extra pompousity. The author's initial point was not about LSAC releasing ALL the scores in a week. His reference to Iowa as a strengthener in his argument that they SHOULD be able to release them EARLIER considering the fact that the Iowa scores can be produced in one week. Your comment, while not entirely illogical, is f-ing irrelevant, and therefore wrong.
My post was a direct and relevant response to the question: "...why are [we] waiting almost 3 weeks when it appears LSAC can rush and get it done in about 1 week?"
I'm sorry that you are struggling to comprehend that.
Also, "pompousity" is not a word. (See: Pomposity)
Your Intellectual Superior,