Glaucon wrote:December curves have NEVER been smaller than the preceding October curves. There are good reasons for this. 1) All the high scorers in June and October have already applied with their 170+ and vacated the writing pool, lowering the average quality. 2) LSAC must be aware of this tendency and counters accordingly, because if they didn't, everyone would wait to write the December test. There's evidence to support this line of reasoning, since Oct and Dec curves are usually increasing vis-a-vis the June's curve of that year.
You need to stop. At first, it was only your reasoning that was terrible. Now, you are demonstrating a lack of knowledge.
Properly speaking, the LSAT is not "curved." The scale is set by people who took the test previously and had the questions on their experimental sections. The evidence you are providing would seem to indicate that it is better to take the December test, which it is not. Every test is theoretically the same. You could have all of the worst testers lining up to take the same test and it would have no effect whatsoever on the scoring scale.