But those of you who are guessing -8 (and even the one person who says -7)remember that there were 101 questions so a -8 would mean 93/101 would give you a 170 and I think the highest ever was 92 (june '07). Am I right?
I think the test was a little on the easy side but doubt we're gonna see anything too strict. Keep these numbers in mind:91, 89, 90, 89, 90, 87, 90, 90, 93, 90, 90, 89, 92, 89That's the score required for a 170 from every released LSAT score from June 2003 to the present. If someone more ambitious than me wants to label which ones were 100 question tests and which ones were 101, that'd be cool.I don't think we'll see another 93 or 92. Notice how common the 90's and 89's are. I'm gonna be perverse and say 91 because it hasn't happened since June 2003. It's due. (source: http://www.powerscore.com/lsat/help/correct_targeted.htm)
Your last post may very well be the only reason I get any sleep over the next couple weeks
this one will be -9/100
one of the questions smelled like it was going to get tossed.
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