« on: December 20, 2007, 08:12:25 AM »
1) Isn't this board about reality? Except for that Julie Fern character who smears poop all over herself while riding a donkey?
2) If you care that much about the LSAT, another shot at it won't kill you.
3) I know 3 or 4 points makes a huge difference, but my point is that's basically out of your control, unless you're hitting a 180 every time in practice. Scale, your own strengths/weaknesses, you name it...if I got -5 on one PT and -7 wrong on another, those are fairly comparable performances, but -5 has been a 177 and -7 has been a 170. If you are good at the LSAT you should get the score you want, but it might not happen every time.
Also: This is an entirely different topic, but the scale depends on many things completely independent of how hard the test was.