Consistency in scoring

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Consistency in scoring

Postby nortedesotu » Mon Jun 11, 2012 11:27 pm

I was wondering as to how consistent taking PTs and people's actual test score were. I've heard you should not take your PTs as what you would actually get, but I was wondering none the less. Anyone have experience with this?

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Re: Consistency in scoring

Postby Nova » Mon Jun 11, 2012 11:41 pm

I took every LSAT up to 63 by 2 weeks before the my actual test. On 63, I scored 165. On 64, I scored 169. On Dec 3rd 2011, I scored 167. So basically right on target.

LSAC claims that ones LSAT has a score band of +/- 3 points. Meaning if one scores a 167, they will score between 164-170 66% of the time. Fairly consistant. However, we all know the difference between a 164 and 170 is enormous in regards to admissions and scholarships.

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