buckiguy_sucks wrote:We can discuss whether we think the average days before projected or average days after administration is more likely to be accurate
For this administration, I think average days after administration is more accurate. Our scheduled release day is unusually late, probably because LSAC wanted to put it on the other side of the holiday weekend to be safe. For reference, July 7th will be 29 days after our test; the average length of time before scheduled release date is 25.12, and historically ONLY December administrations have had scheduled release days which were more than 4 weeks after the test. The average for non-December administrations is only 23.27. So I think in this case the "days early" average is quite misleading.