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Are you going to take it like a man (or woman) and just load the webpage and see what it is or are you going to do what I'm going to do and cover the screen with your hand, navigate to find out where the LSAT score is and then slowly reveal the 3rd digit so that you can then try to discern what your score was while remaining optimistic?
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VasaVasori wrote:The problem is that I don't know the formatting of the email.
Your February 2012 LSAT Score
LSAC SCORE LSACSCORE@lsac.org
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Your February 2012 LSAT score is 120. The percentile rank is 1.
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.
Since this is a nondisclosed test, you will have access only to your test score and percentile. You will NOT receive your test questions, answer key, or individual responses.
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akili wrote:This was such a lame approach, but I started at 180 (LOL) and searched my inbox going down. It made it pretty awesome when the score did show up
OMG I love this approach! Before I read this I was like "Geez just open it people and look..." but I actually like this. It feels active and like you're looking for a puzzle piece or something. If I remember this come July, this is exactly what I will do