In my case (1360SAT, prop-175-178 LSAT), it isn't really a question of corrlation.
Predicting scores again?
Ignore the BLSA, although I'm sure they mean well. YLS is obviously the leader for going into academia (although it's not exactly easy from there either). Enjoy your clerkship in a few years, etc.
Bentley9 wrote:The correlation in terms of percentiles doesn't work that well. Reasoning being, I don't think it would be a strech to say that at least 1/5th of those who take the SAT put in less than 20 hours of prep time. On the LSAT, however, I think one would be hard pressed to find a crowd of 100 test takers and find more than 1 or 2 that put in less than 20 hours.
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