[W]hen Cohen went online to check his scores he got an e-mail that he thought was a joke. It was from Admissions saying:
"As of this date, the answer sheets and test-related documents from that test center have not arrived at the Law School Admission Council. We have declared the answer sheets to be lost. To protect the integrity of the scores, we will not score these answer sheets even if they are found."
For the past three years, UT has administered the LSAT three times a year. In this case, once the exam was over the test administrator Janis Law followed the precise instructions prescribed by the LSAT and shipped back the test booklets with the questions in one packet and the answers in another package and sent via UPS. A couple of days later, she got a call informing her the booklets had arrived but the answers never made it.
Looks like those claiming this in the waiting thread weren't trolling, after all.