## Predict the October LSAT Curve

Prepare for the LSAT or discuss it with others in this forum.

## What was the curve for the exam?

-8
9
6%
-9
9
6%
-10
39
25%
-11
52
33%
-12
31
19%
-13
9
6%
-14
10
6%

am060459

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### Re: Predict the October LSAT Curve

i think it will be -11 but hoping for -12.

RC screwed me.

fdr123

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### Re: Predict the October LSAT Curve

What exactly is the curve? Lets say the curve is -9. What exactly does the mean? You can get 9 wrong and get a 180?

etown989

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### Re: Predict the October LSAT Curve

fdr123 wrote:What exactly is the curve? Lets say the curve is -9. What exactly does the mean? You can get 9 wrong and get a 180?

curve is how many wrong for a 170

WonkyPanda

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### Re: Predict the October LSAT Curve

kpuc wrote:I'm gonna say -11, just because I felt like this test was very similar to 58 (which also had a -11 scale). Both were relatively easy tests following particularly difficult June LSATs, in a time when there is a higher-than-usual number of people taking the LSAT due to the economy. The dynamics seem to be almost identical.

Didn't pt 57 have an extremely strict curve for the difficulty?

incompetentia

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### Re: Predict the October LSAT Curve

WonkyPanda wrote:
kpuc wrote:I'm gonna say -11, just because I felt like this test was very similar to 58 (which also had a -11 scale). Both were relatively easy tests following particularly difficult June LSATs, in a time when there is a higher-than-usual number of people taking the LSAT due to the economy. The dynamics seem to be almost identical.

Didn't pt 57 have an extremely strict curve for the difficulty?

It was considered a very difficult test, and it had -11 as well.