RodionRaskolnikov wrote:Does anyone know how it will look like? An e-mail or on the account? And if it's e-mail, will it just be there as soon as we click it or will we have to look for it in a bunch of text? What will the subject headline be? I don't want this to happen..
Me: Oh! There's the LSAT e-mail!
140! YOU'RE NOT GOING TO LAW SCHOOL, CHUMP! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
Relative: *walks in* Call 911! He's on the ground not breathing!!
Both... and yes... it basically says
Dear LSAC candidate
Your results for L###### for Feb 2012 are 1xx and #xx percentile.
Here is my Email from December (important info doctored):
Sender: LSAC Score. Subject: Your December 2011 LSAT score.
Please do not reply to this email. E-mail sent to this address cannot be answered.
Please contact us with your comments, questions, or concerns at LSACinfo@LSAC.org
. Please provide your LSAC account number in all correspondence.
Dear Arcenio Hall,
LSAC account number: L 3YOURMOM
Your December 2011 LSAT score is 180. The percentile rank is 99.
This is your unofficial score report.
A copy of your LSAT Score Report will be available under the LSAT tab in the LSAT Status section of your LSAC online account at http://www.lsac.org
. Other test related documents (in accordance with LSAC disclosure policies) may also be available under LSAT Documents.
Law School Admission Council