I'm in love with Julie Fern.
From what I've heard, I know that the February scores are traditionally the lowest of any administration throughout the year. That being said, I've heard two explanations for that - either the typical test-taker in February is less inclined to get a good score, or the test itself is somehow different than other administrations.I have heard from several people I trust that the LSAC tends to use the February test to try out new things - perhaps new phrasings of old question types, etc.
In a way then, if most of the test takers aren't as accomplished/brilliant/prepared in February, then wouldn't it be better to take a test in comparison to them? That's the logical conclusion, isn't it?
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