...that LSAC releases the scores on Friday. I have heard many people saying that the reason LSAC releases scores on Friday is so that they aren't swarmed with complaints/phone calls. How inefficient are these sons of bitches? Just release it when you have them scored for crying out loud.
Okay now Ladies & Gentlemen...listen to the LSD Granny Vera (After all, I am 41 and should have some wisdom.........sometimes....) LOLI took the LSAT in 1992...and back in the old days....we had to wait for our scores for over 8 weeks...you whippersnappers need to learn patience! Vera PS: For real, not making this up, that is really how long it took and we got the score via U.S. Post Mail.
It's not really the wait that angers me as much as the inefficient nature of LSAC and the fact that they would time the score release to avoid the deluge of calls and complaints. I've just noticed LSAC is very ineffcient from the day i registered from the LSAT. Among the things I didn't like were:a) CRAPPY paper used for the test. the practice tests are all nice paper and then the test is on this recycled paper that rips so easily. If I remember correctly, both the SAT and the AP tests were on clean, white paper. This may seem like a trivial thing to worry about but I mean seriously, when you're used to regular paper it kind of throws you off (I don't think this affected my score or anything but it was very inconvenient)b) unsealed tests. I remember that for my AP exams, they had these stickers that you would use to seal the test booklet so that no one could tamper with them. I don't feel very comfortable with the fact that a proctor has the ability to do whatever he/she wants to with the test when I'm done...I'm just supposed to have faith in him/her I guess.c) Not requiring proctors to use digital timers??!! My proctor was just reading it off the analog clock in the room. He definitely varied in his timing by +/- 30 seconds to a minute. There are more, just can't think of them.