A U of Richmond Admissions officer once told me that as a rough estimate drop the zero and add a one to your sat score to see what LSAT score you should be getting...In my case I got a 660 on the sat verbal so I should be getting a 166 on the LSAT, but instead I score anywhere from 157-162. I'm wondering if this is an accurate estimate, or maybe I'm not "living up to my potential". Anyone see similar scores?
Reading comprehension is only 25% of the LSAT. The LSAT doesn't test any specific vocab or anything like that. It is apples and oranges. My LSAT is so far above my SAT verbal because I am good at reasoning. Either that, or all that drinking and other stuff that made others less intelligent strangely had the exact opposite consequences for me.
hit 25 last month SAT in 1995 (don't know why I took it my junior year)...uhh 690 verbal so I wish that correlation to be true. I love RC...only have taken 2 practice tests though and so far I suck at LR