RCinDNA wrote:It could be doable if candidates paid a fee to have their responses input into a program right after the test. 3-12 hours later, they should at least get a raw score, and a score band based upon 150/50% with an average curve. LSAC could even include a disclaimer reminding people that this score has not been weighed according to the curve for this particular testing session and etc.
That's a good idea. There are some problems with it, of course, such as how do you actually go about implementing these machines? Assuming that you use registered machines to input responses, that gets very expensive. Also, how do you trust the proctors, who, in this case, become responsible for much more than simply checking how may sheets there are?