texasaggie10 wrote:Spivey! Come out wherever you are! Does Taco's word hold any value?
I don't know what the person is claiming but I know the process. Hardly anyone within LSAC knows the exact release date (I speculate that is because they don't have a defined release date. They give themselves ample time to problem shoot and crazy problems arise each test and fix said problems well before their given release date) Thus they release early than when they claim they will but hardly anyone knows the precise date.
LSAC has, of late, sent the tests to licensees a few hours before the scores come out. So a few hours before the scores come out a very small number of people will know. That is the stream from which I will get my 2ish hour jump start and scream in High Valyrian, if they keep doing that for licensees. There is no guarantee they will, I am optimistic but have no real way of knowing.
One more thing. Almost every cycle someone shows up claiming to have spoken to some mysterious person or person, and now knows more. But quite frankly those mysterious people don't seem to exist. So basically every test someone either guesses right or more likely wrong, and people quickly forget who they were and thus the stakes for such people pretending to know are low.