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June 2, 2011

June 2011 LSAT Score Release Dates

LSAT Blog June LSAT Score Release DatesUPDATE: June 2011 LSAT scores were released on Monday, June 27.

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The June 2011 LSAT scores / results are scheduled to be released via email by Wednesday, June 29, 2011, so you'll have to wait for your LSAT score.

However, the scores usually come out a bit earlier.

Let's look at the trend over the past several years (click to enlarge):










LSAT Blog June LSAT Score Release Dates










LSAC's given themselves a 21-day period to grade June tests since 2005, but they're giving themselves a 23-day period this time. This may suggest that it'll take longer than the usual 17, 18, or 19 days to get scores back.


It's difficult to make a specific prediction given this change. Had the scheduled score release date been Monday, June 27th, I would've guessed that the score would come out 17 or 18 days later, meaning 6/23 or 6/24. However, the fact that they're allowing more time to get scores ready may mean waiting a few more days.

"But at what time specifically do scores come on score release days? I need to know when to constantly refresh my email / LSAC account!"

In batches over the course of several hours. Likely starting late in the day (Eastern Time).

No one knows how the batches are organized, if at all.

The batches do not seem to be organized in any of these ways:

alphabetical/regional/high-to-low scores/low-to-high scores/test center #, etc.

Wish everyone all the best!

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See other LSAT score release dates posts.

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While you're waiting for your score, get busy with my Law School Admissions Book Recommendations list and other admissions-related blog posts.

Feel free to leave comments and vent at the injustice of having to wait so long for what is rightfully yours.

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213 comments:

  1. Please just let me say that the entertainment value of this blog is incredibly high. Only an LSAT fanatic could give us such a beautiful analytical breakdown of when test scores may or may not be available. :)

    If I had more time... I'd create a question like this based off of the above blog:

    If all of the above are assumed to be true, which of the following CANNOT be true?

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  2. any onehas any idea that i gat LG LR LG RC Lr was the first LG experimental in june lsat 2011

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  3. i had the same section order, LG LR LG RC LR. One of the LG sections had 24 while the other had 23. If the 24 section counts it would put the total number of counting questions at 102, which is rare as there have only been a couple LSATs with 102 questions since the early 90s. If anyone else has any idea which LG section was experimental I'd love to hear it.

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  4. No idea, but I only had one LG section and my experimental was a RC that I felt really good about (oh well). My LG had a question about cars (limousine/hatchback damn you!!! jk I actually felt good about it)

    I will not talk about the LSAT to anyone signed... oh shit I forgot I signed that but whatevs. Internet anonymity.

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  5. I'm guessing the first LG would have been the experimental section - on the other one it was RC LR LG RC LR, so the first section had to have been the experimental...

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  6. I too had LG LR LG RC LR. I agree with what the person above said about the 24/23 questions. I took a prep course and it seems that LSAC doesn't jump back to really old habits, instead, they evolve gradually. That makes me feel a lot better, LG section 1 was REALLY difficult for me, and I felt a lot better about section 3.

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  7. LR LG LG LR RC...I thought the RC section was a little bit tougher than my practice. However, both LG sections seemed almost too easy haha. LR sections were on par.

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  8. To the poster directly above me: you're the only other person I've met (besides myself) who had the ordering LR LG LG LR RC. I'm kinda bummed that the experimental LG with the forest hiking wasn't the real one

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  9. Based on responses, it seems as though there are many different combinations of sections. One of the LG sections had a sections about different colored boxes stacked on top of one another. Any idea if this was the experimental section or not?

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  10. the colored box section was probably not the experimental because it was on my LSAT as part of the only LG section on my test so it had to have been scored... and I would guess that if one counts for some it has to count for all given that the test is curved... not entirely sure though

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  11. I had LR LG LR LR RC. Kind of an LR overload... LG definitely seemed way too easy, so hopefully that's a good thing.

    Even if I don't need to retake the test, I think I'll continue reading this blog - it's that entertaining!

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  12. i was the third (commenting on this post) having the LR-LG-LG-LR-RC-pattern test. Bombed the colored balls game, and it seems to me (after stalking various forums about June 2011 LSAT), it is not the experimental section. So want to KILL myself!!

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  13. I HAD LG LR LG RC LR im the first one who posted ,secong LG was simple order games was that experimental?ca first was to difficult...??very worried pl anyone has any idea?

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  14. had the same order, and from these posts i think the first was experimental

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  15. The experimental LG section had a game with a hiking trip through three parks (F, G, and H) along with a rest break.

    The real LG section had the colored balls, the rather difficult car game, skydivers, and judges.

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  16. was scoring section 3rd one ?caz i dunt even remember the games lol....but just remember that first LG was too hard....and 3rd was linear grouping ordering games..

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  17. I had LGLRLGRCLR and my second LG had a game with colored balls so i think that may have been the real section cause the person above had that game but with a RC as an experimental though i obviously can't be sure

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  18. ok thanks i think then first was experimental!i can breathe now lol

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  19. AHH! I felt good about Section 1 LG...not so great on Section 3 LG! Uh-oh!

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  20. Why has lsac suddenly broken the norm of a 21-day grading period?

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  21. You folks are so freaking pathetic. Laughable.

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  22. What reason do you have for calling people here pathetic?

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  23. I have a strong feeling that the test code confusion might be contributing to the delayed score grading period (i.e. 21 day grading period). At this point, I'm 100% up in the air about what I scored. Could have been a 145 and could have (must less likely) been a 170. Fingers crossed: LET ME BREAK 160 PLEASE!!!

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  24. I agree with Anonymous above me - I called up LSAC the day after because my proctors didn't know if our booklets were A0... or AO... as there were too many spots for all of us.
    The only thing is that tomorrow would be the 5 days early point and if they don't come out then they probably aren't coming out on the weekend so most likely monday - at the previous 21 day point.
    Only time will tell though...
    EEK

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  25. Anybody who had one reading comp section remember the passages? I had two and one was first and the other was fourth. I'm guessing the first was experimental...

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  26. Kate Chopin under the ocean in strips of magnetic magma was real.

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  27. GOD i hate waiting for score am so confused how i performed .....might be good might be bad....its soo confusing .....pray pray pray

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  28. nothing for anyone yet????

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  29. Its like the ending scene to the Titanic, where the guy on the row boat is yelling, "Is there anybody alive out there?"

    The LSAC has left us in the water for 18 days...18 days and counting...

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  30. yeah, I feel like a sinking ship for sure......its cold...its dark.....I am alone!

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  31. at least there have been release dates on saturday. i was worried there was no chance for a weekend release. hopefully they come tmrw because otherwise i think we'll have to wait till monday.

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  32. Anyone heard anything yet?

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  33. No, I have a feeling it's going to be Monday before we know.

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  34. For every June LSAT recorded above, the score has been returned in 17-19 days and 2-4 days early. The only way to continue that trend is for them to be released today.

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  35. that's what I was thinking too. can they be released at night?

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  36. Steve said in the original post that the scores are typically released starting late in the day. I took that to mean the first batch goes out sometime between 3-5pm? Has anyone taken the test prior to june as well? What time did you get your email?

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  37. I keep checking LSAT Status on the LSAC website. Does anyone know if the e-mail typically comes earlier or later?

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  38. Not sure if this will be helpful to anyone or not, but my last score (October) came on a Saturday evening (received between 5 and 7 pm EST). Hopefully LSAC won't keep us waiting for too much longer!!!!!

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  39. Anyone hear anything yet?

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  40. no. unfortunately not. im refreshing this page, my email, and lsac page constantly.

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  41. this is torture. i don't know if i could make it to monday, it would suck.

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  42. Monday feels like 3 years away right now...

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  43. Can we assume that scores are never released on Sunday?

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  44. I don't know. It's not in keeping with trends, but neither is taking longer than 19 days either.

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  45. I just want it back, now!!!!! I don't know if I can wait any longer.

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  46. I think that with all of the confusion of Ao/A0 on the test booklets it could go all the way up until the 29th (if not longer). Or, best cast scenario, they have been working diligently to work with that error and so they will release Sunday evening. If you are reading this at church right now...pray for everyone...and pray hard....

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  47. What is the Ao/Ao issue?

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  48. There was an extra space in the test ID booklet that allowed you to bubble in two letters followed by the numbers. There was an error though and there was actually an extra space for letters that SHOULD NOT have been bubbled at all. To make it even more complicated, the test ID started with A - zero which many people thought was A - O (the letter O, that could have been bubbled in the unused space). It was a cluster, and my proctor actually had to call lsac for help. I've seen a number of posts about this at other centers.

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  49. I heard it will be tonight. Coming out around 5pm.
    Yeah

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  50. Yeah, and I had heard that about Friday too. Sources?

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  51. I'm not gunna forget this.....my first act as a lawyer will be to file a suit against LSAC for cruel and unusual punishment

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  52. Seriously. I wonder if they get some kind of twisted amusement out of this. I really hope it's tonight!

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  53. Anyone get their score yet?

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  54. Just checked. Nothing. Damn you sadistic LSAC. Damn you.

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  55. Does LSAC even work on Sundays? I checked the dates from the past years and couldn't find any time where the scores were actually posted on a Sunday.

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  56. I doubt they work on Sundays. My guess is that we'll get our scores tomorrow afternoon.

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  57. This is very saddening...It's 10:07PM and still no LSAT score!

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  58. Can't sleep. Went to bed at 10pm.. had to get up and check just now. nothing. :/

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  59. Same here, bet the bums at lsac are sleeping well. I guess that's why we payed all that money, to wait indeffinitly for the score gods to bestow on us their wisdom (I guess in this case that would be wisd0m).

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  60. seems like scores will start being sent out around 3 o' clock today at the earliest...assuming the test code problems weren't too serious

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  61. How do you know they'll start releasing them around 3 at the earliest?

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  62. In recent history they have waited from around 3 - 5 to release the scores, however, who knows, I don't even know when the last time the results took 21 days to deliver either...this might be a record folks, hold on to your ****ing hats

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  63. I am work and am totally worthless today. They need to tell us for the sake of the American workforce.

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  64. anything yet for anybody?

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  65. Nothing brings me more comfort than rushing to Google, typing: "Anyone receive June LSAT scores?" and finding this blog.

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  66. At this point I'm starting to wonder if they won't release them until Wednesday due to the code problems. Which will bring my wasted days total to 5.

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  67. of course, we would be the first group of people ever to have to wait 23 damn days. This is agony.

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  68. I'm glad I'm not the only one who hasn't got anything done since Thursday. Lol

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  69. this is ridiculous, It's a freaking scantron... a computer calculates the damn scores. Before computers I don't even think it took this long... They know they have a history of releasing the scores early in June. They set a precedent. If they intended on breaking that precedent, they should have posted something.

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  70. They only need to post something if, and only if, they are going to take longer than the 23 days they set. I'm assuming the A0/Ao has something to do with it but also they need to scan EVERY writing passage and fully calibrate the curve for every single test score.
    Also, LSAC likes to see us sweat. I think after this Law school pressure will seem like the norm.

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  71. Yes, they have a history of it, and yes, it is a scantron, so a computer should be able to do this faster. But LSAC in absolutely no way has to post anything. They gave you a date (June 29), just wait and deal. I'm in the same boat with you guys, but it's not their fault. So it was early every time previously, either way, they gave us June 29th, so unless it somehow doesnt show up by then, we really have to just shut up and deal.

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  72. This could also mean a handful of questions were thrown out

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  73. Ok, so I talked to the jolly LSAC representative, and she seems to be of the opinion that we will not get our score back today or tomorrow for that matter. And that she has no information on getting our score back today.

    GREAT.

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  74. What do you mean? I just called as well, she said to keep refreshing the page until Wednesday. Did your person say we weren't getting our scores today for sure?

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  75. Well, honestly it just seemed like she just hated her job, and she didn't care that i have been agonizing over this score for 21 days now. I tried to push her as much as possible, but she just kept saying that i would most likely not get my score today. She said that just because in the past it has been given early, doesn't mean that it will. She said to check my email, but she didn't have any information that we would get it earlier than the 29th.

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  76. So then both reps in essence said the same thing.

    no dice till wednesday.

    great.

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  77. The rep I spoke to said wednesday for sure.

    I'm as disappointed as the rest of you.

    Best of luck!

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  78. 2 days of freedom and hoping for the best!
    Enjoy the 2 days guys, because it might come crashing down Wednesday, OR PROLONG THE PARTYING. :)

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  79. I think everyone needs to relax. It's only 10am on the West coast and I know people who didn't get their scores back until 9pm. I don't really think you will get accurate answers from the representatives either. If the scores are scheduled to come out by the 29th then she probably just thought it was annoying to call early. Not to mention she probably had quite a few people asking that. That might be why LSAC gave themselves 23 days...postpone the phone calls. Then ask yourselves: Do they really care about our suffering? No, they do not.

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  80. I know they have no legal obligation to post anything if the scores aren't going to be released according to precedent. However, we aren't talking about something that changes from year to year, or something that only occurs once a decade like a census would. We are talking about a very calculated, very well oiled machine, that has produced results time after time for decades (literally) releasing the June LSAT earlier than the posted date. Its my understanding that the published release date of June 29th is a deadline, a day by which they will definitely have posted results. If this was a manufacturing project, and I was a company waiting for my product and was given a deadline of the 29th but had always received shipment a week in advanced, I would be a little nervous right now. In fact, I would be on the phone wondering if something had gone wrong. I understand the 29th is the posted deadline, but in this business, the deadline has proven to be a day that the June LSAT has never had to go to before... We have a right to be informed of why precedent has been broken...

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  81. Just checked my lsac page and i recieved a 162! Yay im so happy best of luck to everyone!

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  82. Where are you located in the US?! Please tell us because I'm in Arizona and DYING to find out.

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  83. i'm in arizona too!!! please tell me you're on the west coast!!

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  84. That wasn't real. They aren't released.

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  85. wait, I still don't have mine! Scores are out?!

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  86. clearly if you can't master the "i before e, except after c" rule, you didn't get a 162 on your lsats.

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  87. I want my score.... that's all. I am glad to see I am not alone in my angst.

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  88. Personally, I just feel like I can't truly start my application process or even compile a reasonable list of schools until I know my score. I know I could, but I don't want to!

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  89. Personally, I feel like I can't think properly let alone compile a list of schools until I know my score. Totally killing my productivity at work.

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  90. Umm this page needs a "like" button.... because clearly I LOVE what this person said "clearly if you can't master the "i before e, except after c" rule, you didn't get a 162 on your lsats." Definitely made me feel better.

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  91. I haven't done anything productive since the test, and it has just gotten worse as time has progressed towards the Wednesday date.

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  92. So this is what death row feels like, Warden is dragging my feet as we slowly approach the inevitable hour. We're all hoping the Governor (LSAC) will call in early and save us...

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  93. wat ?i dint gat mine am in chicago anyone scores out ?

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  94. I think everyone on here needs to calm down. Just be thankful you don't have to start on your applications yet!

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  95. re: i second wat anonymous said.

    ....there's a bunch of anonymous posts on here...but apparently the scores are NOT out yet. Whoever posted they received a 162 was f***ing with us.

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  96. PLZ PPL dunt play with emotions ......we r desperately waiting fr scores no jokes here....whoever posted162 was a freak loser

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  97. The good news is, we don't know they WON'T be posted today...it's not even 3 yet on the east coast. We won't know they won't be posted tonight for sure until later tonight when...you know...they're not there haha

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  98. I completely agree that it was a JERK move to post that someone got their score back.

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  99. dont the results come in waves? how sure are we that that guy was lying lol?

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  100. Here is a thought....what if we are the first ones who's test scores came out three days late!!!

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  101. re: Here is a thought....what if we are the first ones who's test scores came out three days late!!!

    NOT likely. Come on, it's LSAC! Law School! Do you know how many thousands of lawsuits they'd find themselves in for mental distress and/or anxiety problems that they'd find themselves in for not adhering to that which they promised??

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  102. Or what if they just never come out, cause LSAC lost them and we all have to take it again. Now there's a thought.

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  103. waiting for tonight...when u will be heere in my arms LSAT waiting for tonight...lol this wait ....pl LSAC release release release lol

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  104. No posts in the lat 45 minutes - has anyone heard anything yet?

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  105. just checked, nothing.

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  106. hey all we ppl aho r waiting sd posts their scores hereon blog after recieving as we all r in same wait boat.....bt we all shd write our scores heere when its out ok done???althiu wer anonymous bt have a same feeling

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  107. **jeopardy theme song playing**

    I hope it's today. I really do.

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  108. Even with the whole AO debacle, there's no reason why they shouldn't be done. Run it through a scantron, associate with names and LSAC numbers, determine possibly unfair questions based on the percentages, determine if the questions truly are unfair (this has to be done by a team of people, but does not take more than an afternoon), then break out by percentiles. There's no reason for this to take more than a week.

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  109. Know how it says this:

    "Note: If your writing sample is not clearly displayed please contact LSAC immediately."

    ..at the bottom of the LSAC.org page where your LSAT score would be? Are we supposed to be able to click a PDF of our writing sample or something? Or is that once our scores are out?

    Can anyone see their writing sample?

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  110. Once the scores are uploaded you should be able to view a PDF of your writing sample, scantron, etc. But they're not uploaded yet, hence the weird green icon. They will be up once scores are up (that's my understanding).

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  111. Cool, thanks man. Good luck!

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  112. why don't we just start a telephone chain so we don't have to keep refreshing this page

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  113. my score date just got changed to the 27th on my LSAC... no joke

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  114. same poster as above... but i cant see the score yet

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  115. NICE catch anonymous. me too. congrats, all.

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  116. the date just changed to today the 27th!!

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  117. mine changed to 27th too, and the icons are grey now

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  118. oh how LSAC loves to pull on our heart strings... what puppet masters they are

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  119. :) OMG it's happening!!!!

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  120. Checked LSAC LSAT status page score email date has changed in the past two hours. My email date now says 6/27/2011 so everyone hope that helps, good luck. I'm anxiously anticipating this like all of you to my left is a bottle of champagne and on my right is a loaded pistol. Just in case.

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  121. ughhhh cant handle this!

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  122. oooomg that means its coming...good catch!!

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  123. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH...

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  124. yes its comin mine changed too goddddddd pray pray pray

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  125. I'm ready to vomit! Too scared to refresh the page!

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  126. dunt vomit its not out yet bt will be today anytime god

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  127. ME TOO. OMG OMG OMG OMG. MY CO-WORKERS ARE BREATHING FOR ME AT THIS POINT.

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  128. I have an exam at 4:30 PM for my summer class.... this is the worst combination of anxiety!!

    PRAY PRAY PRAY!!! THE LORD HAS A REASON FOR ALL OF US!

    I still think I'm going to have a heart attack waiting for it...

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  129. i swear i can see the beating of my heart through my chest....

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  130. Never been more excited yet being this scared ever in my life...

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  131. i figure scores will b out btwn 5-9 pm eastern time, cuz thats the time table ive had with all my other results

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  132. I just saw on twitter that somebody said her sister improved her score

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  133. oh so im not the only one refreshing #lsat every minute?? she may have been talking about practice tests, though.

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  134. Wow so its really happening?

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  135. got my score, i live in virginia

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  136. how long do you think it will take for the scores to appear now that the icons are grey? the lsac person i talked to just now said 'the 29th'... erm?!

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  137. Looks like it. On the LSAC page they changed the icons from "Not yet available" to "Cannot be displayed," meaning that they ARE now available. They're probably just waiting to do everyone at once. Or maybe to watch websites like this and laugh diabolically at our helplessness.

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  138. twitter is blowing up with people reporting scores of the actual tests, not practice... and the person you spoke with probably gave you wrong info cause the lsac site has the e-mail release now set for the 27th

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  139. I also live in Virginia, but I haven't gotten it yet. Does it arrive by e-mail or on the LSAC website first?

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  140. I'm not joking--I live in Virginia and it's 4:01 EST and I got my scores. Email was sent out to me at 3:55pm.

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  141. got my score too, i am in DC!

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  142. Anyone from Canada get their score

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  143. I'm in Hampton Roads, still no score

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  144. *walks away from computer, pulls out a gun, contemplates suicide..* lol nah jk still haven't got my scores yet!

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  145. anyone on the west coast get their score?

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  146. are they doing it by high scores? or are the people that didn't do good just not talking? haha

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  147. WHY did you just put that idea in my head?

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  148. No score yet, Virginia Beach

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  149. SCORES HAVE BEGUN TO BE RELEASED!

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  150. hahahahahahah I saw on twitter these black dude got a 171 and I started thinking :D Hey you'll live if it isn't so great!

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  151. I keep waiting for the mail man. nothing. I can't imagine what LSAC spends on postage!

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  152. Georgia anyone?

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  153. i am in chicago no score yet

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  154. I keep refreshing my LSAC page, but I cringe every time because I'm a little scared to see my score. But, COME ON, enlighten the rest of us.

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  155. I wonder how many hours of my life I'll end up wasting clicking the refresh button on the LSAC page. Approaching one at the moment. I'm in Maryland, still nothing, although I don't think its by region.

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  156. re:hahahahahahah I saw on twitter these black dude got a 171 and I started thinking :D Hey you'll live if it isn't so great!

    What does that mean?

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  157. Not doing it by score...a girl I know got a 174 on october and received hers a little before midnight

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  158. re: What does that mean?

    he's obviously gone mad from waiting.

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  159. Maybe it's all by email address in alphabetical order. I should have given my email as A_AAABB@aol.com or something. Would've been worth trying anyway.

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  160. in california, got my score, not ivy league but still top 20 schools. good luck!!

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  161. Assuming that no one has taken that address already...probably not...

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  162. It's torture that some people have theirs and I don't.

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  163. Virginia, got mine, 161

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  164. For those people who have their scores back, did you get an email first, or was it up on LSAC first?

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  165. I got the lsac website first

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  166. they came at the same time

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  167. Anyone in Florida got theirs??? I thought the heat was bad, but this wait is horrible!

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  168. got my score - nyc

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  169. any questions taking out of scoring?

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  170. Anyone get theirs in Canada?

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  171. pl u ppl can u post ur scores so that we hav an idea wat kind of curve it is...i dint gat mine yet

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  172. A bunch of people on twitter are saying they got their results with scores in the 170s. This is making me very nervous. :( What if they're leaving all the bad scores for the end?!??!

    I want my score NOWWWW!!! :(

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  173. Any ideas on the curve???

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  174. It's MY score and I want it NOW!

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  175. No Canadians yet? This sucks!

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  176. Do the email and website scores come on at the same time?

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  177. I hope Canada isn't getting released last

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  178. So far I know -11 is 170 and -24 is 161. Those are the only ones I know for determining the curve

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  179. any unscored questions?

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  180. to lighten up the mood; if we all had just kept believing in ourselves:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2ZShmt19uQ

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  181. Got my score, there was no curve (100 raw score = 180). Oh and I'm in California.

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  182. Me too about Canada....gah Lsac why couldn't you release them all at the same time?

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  183. Got score. I dont think it matters, but Michigan.

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  184. Did anyone that has their score receive a score below 150? I am worried.

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  185. People need to stop being worried about having a low score because they haven't gotten theirs yet. The type of person who stresses over getting their score ASAP are the type of people who do better on the LSAT. Even if no bad scores have been reported, that's just cause the lower score-people are more likely to not be obsessing about getting their score.

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  186. "People need to stop being worried about having a low score because they haven't gotten theirs yet. The type of person who stresses over getting their score ASAP are the type of people who do better on the LSAT. Even if no bad scores have been reported, that's just cause the lower score-people are more likely to not be obsessing about getting their score."

    ^This makes me feel better! Thanks! :)

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  187. I just need closure, so I can wait to stress again with my applications...

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  188. I just got mine in Canada

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  189. I'm from Indiana. Just got it on the LSAC website and by email at the same time.

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  190. I just got mine in Louisiana.

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  191. what kind of scores is everyone getting? haven't got mine in new jersey

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  192. A friend in Florida just got his, I took mine here too and havent gotten mine... different test centers though.

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  193. I would recommend checking the LSAC website. I got my score about a half hour ago on the website and still have not received an e-mail.

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  194. Got a 175 with 5 wrong answers. Conversion table shows a 90 or 91 is needed to get a 170, or a -10 curve.

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  195. sounds like alot of people are in the 170's really worried!

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  196. How do I view how I did on each individual section

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