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Does anyone have letters that were sent September 30th or October 1st? If so, have your LORs been processed yet?

My professor's secretary said she sent one out on the 30th or 1st, but it still hasn't shown up. :'(
I'm waiting on a letter that was sent Sept. 29 and another that was sent Oct. 4.

I have letters that were sent to LSAC on Sept. 29 and Oct. 4, and both came from nearby states, so they could not possibly have taken longer than 3 days to arrive.  Neither one has posted.

Law School Admissions / Re: yale, boalt, ucla, harvard
« on: October 13, 2004, 08:44:27 AM »
Everywhere but Harvard, and I've been waiting more than three weeks.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Crazy Question here........
« on: October 08, 2004, 01:28:16 PM »
Sending a video is perhaps the worst idea ever.

Thanks for all the participation in this poll.

Good poll.  This question seems to bother more people than any other.

Well, at this point, I think it's fair to say that this test was average in terms of difficulty, assuming of course that the people taking the poll are fairly representative.  If anything, people on this site are paranoid, so the results of this poll are probably skewed in the "Oct 2 easier" direction.

Law School Admissions / Re: Let's talk about LOR processing time...
« on: October 06, 2004, 03:32:24 PM »
I inquired about a letter that was sent over three weeks ago and still nothing. I'm bummed b/c it is my best letter!!

Let's assume someone who took the Oct LSAT wants all of the LORs processed by the time the LSDAS report goes out with the Oct. score.  That score report is probably sent by LSAC to schools sometime around Oct.28-Nov. 1.  In order to have LORs processed by that time, recommenders must have sent their letters by this week, or maybe even earlier.  Yikes!

This poll is still active.  Keep voting.


My guess is 90 for a 170.  100 (i.e., -0) for a 180, each raw point from 90-100 corresponding to 1 LSAT point.

I wouldn't be shocked if you were right about the 90-170 cutoff, but I highly doubt you'd have to ace it to get 180 - the test wasn't THAT easy.  The scale you describe would tie for the toughest "curve" ever.

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