Gamecubesupreme wrote:What, are you kidding. Of course it changes the fact. You're citing the 50th percentile on the assumption that everyone taking the test is actually trying when that is FAR from the truth. A 50th percentile would be around a 1500, which is an average of 500 for every section. The only way to get below a 500 is answer more than half of the questions wrong, which is literally failing the section.
So no, failing a standardized test is not "average." It's abysmal.
The fact that you mention "failing" shows that you have a clear misunderstanding of the purpose, function, and interpretation of standardized tests. You can't fail them. By your reasoning, everyone who scored ~153 on the LSAT "failed" it.
In addition, you've made a very curious logical twist. It borders on mental yoga. Observe:
Gamecubesupreme wrote:You're citing the 50th percentile...
Gamecubesupreme wrote:...which is literally failing the section.
Gamecubesupreme wrote:...failing a standardized test is not "average."
It appears you're claiming that the 50th percentile is not average?