anstud06 wrote:I can't see how it'd be a -8. You needed 87 on the June test. -8 means you'd 93. I don't think you have to get 6 more correct to get the same score. A change of 3 (to 90) or 4 (to 91), resulting in -11 or -10 sounds more plausible. -11 more likely than -10.
A change of 3 or more upward correct answers to get the same score in October as one would have gotten in June has not occurred since 1992. 2 more last occurred in 1994. The rest have either been 1 upward, the same, or downward.
The Oct 2010 curve will probably be no harsher than -12 and the raw score required to get 170 will probably be no higher than 88.
Also, I'm not sure if this provides any info or not, but I was checking my info on LSAC to see how my graduate transcript would show up. I noticed the degree institution and LSAT score infomation for my undergrad. Is this all-time or just the last 3 years or so? My Undergrad apparentally sucks (and it has a TTTT law school). Out of like 62 takes, 38, yes 38, have LSAT percentile scores of 0-20. We've got only 1 each in the 95+, 90-94, 85-90, then 2 for each of the next two categories, then a bunch around the mid-50 range. I wished I had looked at this sooner before I requested my Grad School send my tanscript. I would have liked to see if October 2010 had been taken into account or not and if the numbers changed. Certainly, for the top 2 percentiles, I don't remember any numbers being there, but that was over 2 years ago. Is that the norm to have the majority of test takers in the 0-20 range?