PLATONiC wrote:Also, I'm very suspicious of LSAC being less lenient with their curves when it comes to undisclosed tests. They could easily get away with it. But this is just an irrational suspicion:D
What I'm curious about is how LSAC takes into account the large portion of non-native speakers on overseas tests. At least at my test center, well over 90% of the test takers were not native English speakers. While I have the utmost respect and admiration for anyone with the guts to tackle the LSAT in a second language (I can't imagine attempting a graduate-level exam in Mandarin) one would nevertheless have to assume that the LSAT would be harder for non-native speakers. Therefore, it seems likely the average score would tend to be lower on a test given in China/Korea/Japan than one given in the US.