« on: February 08, 2007, 07:20:54 PM »
Starting with the February 2007 LSAT, I'm making a new rule: do not post information about unreleased LSATs. This means no attempting to reconstruct the test, no discussing specific questions, etc.
I've asked the LSAC to comment on why this is a problem, and they will be posting in this thread. I will move their post to be right after this one. Essentially, people have been concerned about dishonest behavior in connection with unreleased test questions. You may think you're just discussing how you did on the test, but if you give too many details, you may be enabling someone else to cheat. Remember that the LSAT is given in different time zones and on different days. To be a fair test, no one should have extra test-specific information going in.
I've been emailing with the LSAC folks for a while on this, and they've agreed to answer any questions you have about what you should or shouldn't post. Please don't overwhelm them with emails though.
If you see any posts on test day that appear to violate this policy, please be especially vigilant and use the "report to moderator" link. This way we can remove it before someone cheats.