3v3ryth1ng wrote:There are 3 scenarios I've deduced:
1) The 4th section, possibly even the 5th, can now be experimental. (most likely)
2) There are now multiple versions of the LSAT running concurrently. (scary, but seems unlikely)
3) There is a widespread hoax/conspiracy/troll job afoot, and some people are intentionally lying about their tests (possible, but also unlikely).
The easiest way to tell is to talk to people who had an RC experimental.
A combination of 1 and 2 seems the most likely scenario to me. I still think they might give us all the same questions but mixed up in different sections. It's baffling to me that we can't figure this out, but that would definitely explain it.
For the 2nd option I was referring to the possibility that different test takers had different sets of questions, i.e. one person had a scored section that I didn't have, and vice versa. I say this is possible because I've talked to some who don't remember the scored games (bikes/ambassadors), and they didn't take the test in a foreign country. This is probably just bad memory, a miscommunication, or maybe a troll job. In any case, I say this scenario is unlikely because it would be hard for LSAC to fairly score such a test, though it is possible if they constructed several different conversion scales (2 or more).
Oh, and I'd say it's pretty conclusive that this test involved a big change. The only thing I can't explain is these nay-sayers who owe you an apology, like that one who called you a bitch in the other thread.