#1: Scores are typically released (and have been for many years now) before the deadline date listed in your documents/on the LSAC web page. That date is a drop dead, must have them released by then deadline. So, based on history you will very likely receive your scores in advance of that date. Stop stressing about it, they will send you an email with your score and you will then be able to access all the disclosure files about the test and your score upon release.
#2: Please take this seriously people. Asking about and trying to discuss the contents and substance of an administered test online or however prior to it being disclosed by LSAC is very far from being Kosher and carries great risks to your future. That warning in the thread thumb-tacked at the top of the index IS from LSAC TEST SECURITY. It is no internet joke/prank. They DID post that and have posted that same thing repeatedly here and on the other boards for a few years now. LSAC test security DOES read and patrol the boards and takes these issues seriously to try to insure the fairness of the test process.
From what they say, and from what they have told me, they would rather be able to rely on the honor code where everyone simply obeys the rules and is honest rather than having to get all draconian with investigations and such that can potentially lead to offenders/cheaters getting into lots of trouble that can possibly tank a persons opportunity to gain Law School admission and later have a career as a lawyer.
Not that this should even need to be said yet again, Just remember, the gatekeepers are watching and blatant cheaters/rule breakers will not be tolerated.