benwyatt wrote: MikeSpivey wrote:
Seamus887 wrote:So would test companies legit get a heads up? Is this a plausible story? Should I start to flip?
Test companies do not get a heads up from LSAC. The overwhelming majority of people who work at LSAC do not get a heads up from LSAC. But you could see where a test company might be interested in saying a guess based on historical averages of 21 days after June 8th and state like they know it. If they are wrong people would just keep guessing their own dates and if right they would get a nice, cheap internet buzz...(not saying they did that, I'm just saying LSAC wouldn't tell test companies)
I don't know either (and man have I tried). Most people at LSAC do not know. Everyone is just guessing, fwiw. Next week certainly seems like a very high probability but if someone not named Pete Paschley says it they are just stabbing at that date.
Good to know. I honestly wasn't sure if we did or not, I just know I always get that "email your students" email.
I just called the President of a large test prep company who I know well. He said "for the last 2-3 years licensees get an email with the test from the Licensing Dept. the day the test comes out (except for Feb) and it has a warning not to release the tests until scores are out. So a very small number of people (20-30) *may* know either right before, during, or right after scores come out. As Licensees they are somewhat beholden to LSAC and thus sit on it even if they know a few hours early. But now I will hopefully know when they know.
And he has not gotten that email today.
So the plot thickens.
I hope this makes sense. New to me!