Tiago Splitter wrote:Me (knowing that a cancelled test isn't "scored" because it isn't part of the curve):
The LSAT "curve" is put together before the test is taken. The cancel has no impact on the curve for that test.
The "curve" is calculated to a certain extent beforehand. However, LSAC does still analyze test-takers' results when the test is given as a full exam before finalizing the raw score conversion chart ("curve").
I once emailed LSAC about whether canceled scores are included in the analysis. They said:
"LSAC policy allows test takers to cancel their scores up to six calendar days after the test. Since we begin carrying out analyses within a couple of days of the test, we are not able to excluded canceled scores from the data."