please everyone who has recieved their score where are you from, since it doesn't seem to be alphbetical?
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i read on another board that last years october test takers recieved their scores over the weekend before they were suppose to get them. so maybe there is hope for us getting them early. the posters on the other board also said that they did not get sent to them until the afternoon. so who knows? *damn lsac bastards making us worry like this*
In the past two days I have recieved to letters in the mail and one email (today) saying something like "as your waiting for your recent LSAT score blah blah blah" from schools I've never requested infromation from. Do you think that these schools have our scores and that is why they are sending this stuff out? I was just wondering because if they do maybe we could call them up and ask what we got? anyone else getting these mailing?
my score and a couple of friends who also took it last june were emailed to us. we all got up at 7am and our scores were waiting for us. someone else had mentioned the order they are sent out. between myself and my friends our last names go from a - s and we all had our scores at 7am. it is close to impossible to access the actual test stuff from lsac though, like the test booklet, answer sheet, etc.
it says: Candidate Status Online will be unavailable on Sunday, July 29, 2001 from approximately 7 A.M. to 8 P.M. ET due to scheduled maintenance. We regret any inconvenience this may cause.
not sure what to make of this.
EDIT: my bad, sorry to scary everyone. just noticed the july 29 date on the site. not sure if its a miss print because it also says 2001. sorry
i hope we do get them on friday, but i took the test last june (my 1st battle with the LSAT) and we did not recieve our scores early. we did recieve them on the date give by LSAC. *still keeping my fingers crossed for an early release*
I will find out on July 6th. But I do feel like it helped me. There were some tips and things that I just hadn't come up with on my own. Example the first 11 question on the LR section are considered low to medium difficulty but one of those 11 will be a high difficulty question, in attempt to catch someone off guard and have them waste time. Also question 12 - 24+ will be more difficult but 2 of the questions towards then end are usually low difficulty, so if you are running short on time you might want to skip say a parallel logic question and look for one of the easier ones. There are a lot of little rules and things to help you along the way. As far as upgrading your course, I personally wouldn't, there seems to be very little difference.