100 Questions Means Nasty Curve, Right??

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100 Questions Means Nasty Curve, Right??

Postby ChillTomG » Mon Jun 08, 2015 7:59 pm

Now that we know that the June LSAT had 100 questions, this almost always means a brutal curve, right? No more than -1 for 180, and so on. Can someone verify or refute this?

EDIT: Disconfirmed. About half of the time it is a -1, half of the time -2. Hopefully LSAC removes at least one item from scoring, it seems that the 99 questions LSATs have two questions of breathing room. This is all speculation based on not that much data.

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