Question: June 2007 Practice Test

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Question: June 2007 Practice Test

Postby phillylaw215 » Tue Jun 04, 2013 11:47 pm

Can anyone please explain why the June 2007 LSAT (the free one on the LSAC website) appears to be grading on such a more difficult scale than other tests? I understand the way it is scored off of percentages and all, but I was wondering if there was anything different about this particular test period. Did more/less people take it? It is widely considered an easier test, thus inflating raw scores and deflating scale scores?

Specifically, I got 13 wrong on the June 2007 test. Based off of the dozen or so tests that I have taken so far, that should have garnered me a 169-170, but in this instance it put me in the 93rd percentile, good enough for a 166. Was just curious as to why the gulf between this test's percentages and all the others I've taken. If anyone could explain it would greatly appreciated!

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Re: Question: June 2007 Practice Test

Postby wtrc » Wed Jun 05, 2013 12:12 am

Seems that LSAC determined it was just easier. I found LG and LR1 to be easier than average, RC to be average, and LR2 to be average to a bit harder than usual, actually. The -8 is brutal.

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