What is the index number on the LSAC report?

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raperez129
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What is the index number on the LSAC report?

Postby raperez129 » Tue Feb 16, 2010 11:58 am

I really started to wonder what the index represents, when I noticed that it was one number on my 2007 report, and then dropped on my 2010 report, when nothing else has changed. No new LSAT (yet) or new transcripts/GPA. Nothing.... :?

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Re: What is the index number on the LSAC report?

Postby beef wellington » Tue Feb 16, 2010 12:11 pm

raperez129 wrote:I really started to wonder what the index represents, when I noticed that it was one number on my 2007 report, and then dropped on my 2010 report, when nothing else has changed. No new LSAT (yet) or new transcripts/GPA. Nothing.... :?

Maybe the school changed their formula.

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Re: What is the index number on the LSAC report?

Postby raperez129 » Tue Feb 16, 2010 3:32 pm

beef wellington wrote:
raperez129 wrote:I really started to wonder what the index represents, when I noticed that it was one number on my 2007 report, and then dropped on my 2010 report, when nothing else has changed. No new LSAT (yet) or new transcripts/GPA. Nothing.... :?

Maybe the school changed their formula.



So the index represents a school formula, not an LSAC formula?

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Re: What is the index number on the LSAC report?

Postby beef wellington » Tue Feb 16, 2010 3:46 pm

raperez129 wrote:
beef wellington wrote:
raperez129 wrote:I really started to wonder what the index represents, when I noticed that it was one number on my 2007 report, and then dropped on my 2010 report, when nothing else has changed. No new LSAT (yet) or new transcripts/GPA. Nothing.... :?

Maybe the school changed their formula.



So the index represents a school formula, not an LSAC formula?

Right. It varies from school to school.




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