Kurt Cobain wrote:I'm not a fan of the LSAT either, I got >700 on two SAT sections and I couldn't crack 153 on the LSAT. And I actually did some practice tests for the LSATs and nothing for the SATs. Unreal.
I find this pretty hard to believe that you aced the SAT but could hardly break into the 150s on the LSAT. I scored very similar percentiles on the LSAT, the GRE, and the SAT. Now I know this isn't true for everyone, but it seems as if you must have not studied much for the LSAT, or you were a good guesser on the SAT. Anyway, my consistency just shows that I perform to a certain rank on standardized tests.
However, in school I have always been at the top 1-5% of my class, which is perplexing because I have taken many tests and written lots of papers, and done better in everything compared to what my test scores suggest.