sandcastle45 wrote:When people are saying they got 140, are you including the 15 or 30 points we are supposed to add or was that your raw score? If it's your raw score, I literally give up. Bye. Went to law school for 3 years, not becoming a lawyer.
i want to float the possibility out there that kaplan is lying to us. specifically, what about the idea that maybe this test was, in fact, actually WAY harder than the real one (more than just a 15 point jump that they attribute to scaling)? perhaps they lied to us to make us work harder down the stretch, in an ends-justify-the-means kind of way of thinking. this would not be without precedent, given the fact that they admit that they grade way too harshly on the essays. i just can't imagine that the exception-to-exception questions that appeared so often on that final will appear with anything close to that frequency on the real thing. thoughts?
and sandcastle, i got a 117 w/o scaling. don't give up.