Yankee, are you from NY? I'm wondering if the scores are released regionally
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I had a weird dream last night too. I dreamt that I received a 173, but the score corresponded to the 52nd percentile. Not really sure what this means...are there any strict Freudians out there??
The TestMasters guy who is teaching in Dallas got a 180 on the real thing and is only 18 years old. Nobody can question TM's talent pool.
I found myself doing Cakewalk in the bathroom
This post is for those of you, who are depressed right now about your prep test scores,
I know many people on this board are gunners who land in the upper 160's or 170's the first time they take a prep test, but for those of you who are more like me (first diagnostic = 147) here are some pointers that may actually help.
How can the scale be made in advance? Surely the way it works it is figured out based on how difficult, those taking the test, found it to be? If the absolute best score on the test is 95/100, then surely a 180 should be 95 non? Or will that sort of issue merely be reflected in percentile? I didn't think it was arbitrarily made based on how difficult they thought the test would be, but rather, how the difficult the test actually was. I re-read the little thing in the intro that talks about this but all it talks about is score bands and SEM and accuracy coefficients or something like that. If it's pre-determined, that may kind of suck.
I just printed my LSAT ticket and it say to
report no later than 12:30pm
I thought this was a morning exam
has anyone checked the time on theres ?