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December 2, 2011

December 2011 LSAT Score Release Dates

LSAT Blog  December 2011 LSAT Score Release Dates
UPDATE:
LSAC began releasing December 2011 LSAT scores on Wednesday, January 4th, beginning around 5:30PM Eastern. Scores are released in batches, and it may take several hours for everyone to receive their scores.

Good luck!

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The December 2011 LSAT scores / results are scheduled to be released via email by Friday, January 6, 2012.

However, the scores consistently come out more than a few days before the scheduled score release date.

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













As you can see, there's a general trend - LSAC is taking longer and longer to come back with the results. Also, the difference between the scheduled score release dates and actual score release dates is decreasing over time.

Unfortunately, it's extremely difficult to predict a specific date, or even a few dates, that would be the most likely actual score release date for the December 2011 LSAT.

My best guess is that December 2011 LSAT scores will be released sometime close to Saturday, December 31st - within a few days before or after.

"But at what time specifically? 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 admissions-related blog posts.

Also see, Should You to Cancel Your LSAT Score?

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



204 comments:

  1. Night before... Here we go! Best of luck to everyone :)

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  2. Hopefully we'll get our results this month...

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  3. I hope we get our results this month...I don't know if I can handle waiting longer than that!

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  4. Just took it after walking out of the October test and following the guides (especially the logic games) on this site. Much easier than October's test (or maybe I was better prepared).

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  5. Just took it! The experimental section was logical reasoning. Hopefully I do well. Good luck to all!

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  6. Hmm... My experimental section was logic games, 1 and 3. I wonder if they're making them different now?

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  7. Just so you know, everyone has a different experimental section. There was an experimental section for all three section types.

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  8. I have RC-LR-LG-RC-LR. My first RC was the experimental section.

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  9. Was it just me or the argument sections super tricky? The games wasn't bad at all!

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  10. Was it just me or was the TV programing Logic game really hard?

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  11. It was just tricky - you just had to remember the stupid 1/2 hour thing for T I believe...I KEPT FORGETTING, and the stupid HT rule to add to that.

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  12. It was WT, not HT.

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  13. #JWBigdream how do you know the first RC section was your experimental?

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  14. For those of us that had 2 LG sections, I think the 24-question LG section had to be experimental (rather than the 22-question LG section) since the 24 one wouldn't add up to around 101 total number of questions. It would make sense that the experimental section would have more questions, because if there's any "bad questions" then the LSAC can just omit them for using as a real section next time.

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  15. Diya,

    I had only one LG section and it had 23 questions.

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  16. Same here, my LG was only 23 questions as well.

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  17. Thank goodness, I was starting to worry about that 22 and 24 LG.... Thought I might have misbubbled. Some folks thought the last LG was tough, perhaps because they were rushed for time. I made educated guesses on 2 time-consuming questions in the earlier games to ensure I'd have time for the last game. I had a feeling they would pull something sneaky following some straightforward games. It really wasn't tough... Just had a funky rule that needed tracking.

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  18. there seem to be two (or possibly more) versions that were taken. I had the version with one LG section. May be a dumb question, but is it graded on the same curve/scale as the other?

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  19. Those of you who did not have the LR experimental, do you remember how many questions your LR sections had? My LRs were 25, 26, and 26 and I'm trying to figure out which was experimental...

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  20. I had two RC sections. My LRs contained 25 and 26 questions each.

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  21. I had 2 LG sections. One was out of 22 and the other out of 24. Since that is the case, then, my remaining sections were RC 27, LR 25 and LG 25. That would mean that my exp. section was my first LG section out of 22, because otherwise the exam would have only had 99 questions, whereas with the latter, it would have been out of 101.

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  22. So, I had 2 LG sections (section 1 and 5). One of these was the experimental. The 1st one was pretty straightforward --I think it had 23 questions-- and the 5th was more challenging (to me). The funny thing was that this 5th section started out hard and then on by the 3rd/4th game became easier. Is this one of the hallmarks of "experimental" game sections? If not, I could have been worn out towards the end and the 1st section was the experimental...

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  23. 2 LG sections, and I sure hope the first one was experimental! Also, my guess is Jan 3 for the email scores. Good luck everyone, try and put it out of your mind until after the holidays! :)

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  24. LSAC will be closed from Dec 26th 2011 to Jan 2nd 2012. Any chance they will release our Dec LSAT score before the holiday season?? Say Dec 24th??

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  25. Check your Lsac account. Under calendar, it stated that lsac will be closed from dec 26th to Jan 2nd.

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  26. I saw that on the LSAC website too. Maybe this means they will come before the holidays, otherwise they would just be sitting on all the scores until January 3rd. Who knows though, they may just arrange for them to be released while offices are closed.

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  27. i wish they would either release it on the official date or tell us the actual date. this next week is going to be killer. if we go by days it has taken them from test date, scores could be tomorrow. but if we go by days before official date, then it may be next friday or the following monday. ahhhhhhh thinking about this far too much

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  28. Anyone feeling a date????

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  29. Probably this Friday....

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  30. I'll be the hopeless optimist and say it's coming tomorrow. I'm thinking they have everything ready to go and now that Christmas has passed they will release the scores. That would be largely consistent with the 2009 test that took place Dec. 5 and was released on the 28th (a monday)

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  31. I know a guy who works for LSAC that said it is today, some time around 4pm EST.

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  32. How could the results be released today if LSAC is closed?

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  33. I think it will be tomorrow...

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  34. LSAC is closed tomorrow, too.

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  35. They are closed until the 3rd...

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  36. Have they ever released the scores while LSAC was closed?

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  37. It is clear that no one really knows... Any confirmation on when the LSAC actually reopens? The last question about releasing score while closed is also a great question... Steve, do you know? Help us out!

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  38. They are always closed the last week of December and scores have come out...

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  39. ok obviously people are posting on here to troll you guys...no scores have come out and they probably won't until after the 3rd

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  40. THURSDAY 12/29 I KNOW IT!!!

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  41. If my icons just turned grey does that mean I have a hold on my LSAT?

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  42. If the icons on the LSAC Web site under "LSAT Status" that were green turned gray, that means scores are coming. Are you serious or are you trying to be mean? Because that is NOT funny!!

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  43. didnt happen for me...

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  44. Does anyone else think the scores will be released today???

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  45. January 3rd. God told me.

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  46. kidding right? Did your icons turn grey?

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  47. According to posts on TLS, this December LSAT waiting period is so far tied for the longest LSAT waiting period ever (26 days). Yay...

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  48. i was hoping to have it before new years but im now feeling the 3rd. this wait over holidays is ridiculous, and these jokers in this website are dumb haha especially that guy who said it was gonna be three days ago for sure

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  49. I'm DYING!!! I check LSAC every 5 minutes. It's become an obsessive compulsion!

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  50. i'm really nervous as well. i injured myself the day before the october lsat and so didn't do as well as i'd hoped. ;_; please, dear lord...

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  51. *30 mins. after the test*

    "Oh, I nailed that sucker."


    *1 hour after the test*

    "Oh, sh*t! I didn't check to see if I misbubbled or not! Maybe I did! Oh, sh*t! Oh, sh*t!"


    *27 days after the test*

    "Oh, I can't take this anymore! Oh, my stomach! My stomach! When will the score come? When?"

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  52. Do u think today will be the day?

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  53. Nada. This is torture!

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  54. I had a dream last night that I got a 166...this waiting is torture!!!

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  55. I have a feeling we will not receive scores until Jan 3/4...

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  56. This is not fair...

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  57. Honestly, I am a little happy that scores have not been released. I mean, if I got a bad score, then at least my holidays were not ruined by it. I am sure everyone did just fine. I take comfort in the fact that scores will at least be released in the upcoming week.

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  58. ^

    You do realize that December LSAT takers would miss out on scholarships/fee waivers that require a complete application by Jan. 1 if we get our scores after Jan. 1, right?

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  59. ^^ That's not necessarily true. There are plenty of schools offering scholarships/fee waivers to those who took the December LSAT.

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  60. If you are worried about scholarships/fee waivers, then you should have taken the LSAT sooner.

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  61. ^To the comment made at 7:47pm

    Comment made at 3:45pm was referring to JUST scholarships/fee waivers that need a complete application by Jan.1, NOT to scholarships/fee waivers due on other days afterwards.

    ^To the comment made at 8:01pm

    Under several circumstances, a person could have taken the LSAT sooner and then done bad on it or not good enough on it and so is taking the LSAT, again.

    It is unfortunate that the LSAC is releasing the scores for an early December LSAT so much later than usual.

    Nonetheless, the comment made at 3:45pm was just putting it out there that there is a Jan. 1 deadline for some scholarships/fee waivers. Information that others may be concern with (or forgotten) or not.

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  62. Anxious. I think Jan 3rd will be the day. Sending everyone white light and positive vibes as we await our score.

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  63. finally released gaT 158 YAYYYYY.....GUD LUCK ALL

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  64. The above commenter is probably a flame

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  65. Never heard of them being released this late at night.

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  66. its automatic ...check ur emails n lsac site gud luck...im in east coast

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  67. If you have received your December LSAT score, would you please let us now the 170 curve please! JOKER!!!!

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  68. That's obvy a joke...

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  69. wtf is taking LSAC so long to send us our scores? I'm on pins and needles here!

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  70. I will religiously checking the LSAC site all day until they publish my score. OMG the anxiety!

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  71. No email yet, anxiety level is at the highest point possible. I am thinking scores be in by tomorrow or day after. this year it is going to be 2 days gap between actual release and date by LSAC.

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  72. I honestly do not understand why it is taking so long to release our scores! With the technology we have today it makes no sense that something is taking this long! Is this 2012 or did the scores arrive to LSAC on a pony like in 1912??

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  73. I'm temporarily teaching high school English; my students are about as ready for me to receive my score as I am... but I think they fear a disappointing score will be taken out on them (and they should).

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  74. Im assuming they will release Jan 4. If the marks were ready for the 3rd they would probably have released them before the holiday break.

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  75. it's good to know i'm not the only person stalking my e-mail and LSAC account. this is insane. I can't take much more of this.

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  76. I took the October LSAT and what happened first was the "Score E-mail Date" on the LSAC LSAT Status page changed from the projected date to that day's date (so if they do release the scores today it will change from 01/06/2012 to 01/03/2012) - Also the little row of green icons changed colour. That happened maybe 45 minutes or an hour before I received my score.

    I also didn't receive my score until about 7:00 pm and I am in Montreal so I am holding out hope for today!

    Good luck everyone!

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  77. Montreal is correct, the same thing happened with my October score. The icons on the lsac page change and the my email score arrived in Saskatchewan around 5pm(central time). I'm hoping for today, good luck everyone!

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  78. I am dying for my store. Oh, Lord, please don't let me wait long. I'm so excited and nervous. Yes, I'm checking my email ALL DAY! Please post your scores and let us know what time you received yours.

    I'm praying for anyone wanting 150+, will get a 160+, 160+ to a 170+ and so on. I WANT TO KNOW TODAY!!! lol

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  79. I mean score. See, this waiting is driving my crazy. lol.

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  80. Good LUCK TO EVERYONE! The time is almost upon us...

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  81. My nerves are killing me!!! I just want to know my score already!!

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  82. Does anyone think there's a possibility that it will come today even though it's in the afternoon? Has anyone gotten previous scores this late in the day?

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  83. pl lsac give us scoressss!!!!!!!!!!!1anxietyyy

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  84. Take a chill pill guyz. Tomorrow evening is good time to be getting worried about the result. Check back after 5pm est tomorrow the 4th of Jan 2012.

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  85. I'm relieved to read all the posts and know that I am not the only one obsessed with checking for my scores and waiting! Release them already! Good Luck Everyone!

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  86. I once got my scores at one in the morning (central standard time). So there is a possibility that you will receive your scores this late in the day.

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  87. This is the first time that I've been extremely anxious to get my score. Twenty days after the test I didn't feel any sort of anxiety. But today, for some reason, I'm literally checking the lsac.org website every couple of minutes. I thought they would email scores before the holidays. I really hope they let us know today. Good luck to everyone and I'm praying that I don't have to take it again in Feb. 2012!

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  88. I've been refreshing this page and the lsac page hoping some (good) news will pop up...nothing yet. Keep your heads up high you guys!!

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  89. My Dec 2011 test was: LR, LG, LR, LR, RC. I didn't realize all tests were different...

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  90. My Dec 2011 test was: LG, LR, LG, RC, LR.

    I think. Everything is a blur.

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  91. My LSAT reporting page changed like the poster from Montreal pointed out (colors, format, etc). But the score release date has not changed.

    I hope that means they're getting ready to release the scores! Hopefully it will be today or tomorrow, since their timing will affect the timing of fee waiver offers, our ability to meet scholarship application due dates, etc.

    Plus, of course, the suspense...

    Good luck!!!

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  92. mine too LR LG LR LR RC which was experimenmtal which LR?

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  93. it can come till 4 or 5 central tim,e as mine came last time for june at 5 pm...

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  94. Where are you from? Mines hasn't changed yet.

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  95. The last two sections count. So, that means of your three LR sections, one of the first two was experimental. That is all you can know at this point I believe.

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  96. My oct score came at 6pm eastern...still lots of hope for today. Today is my guess.

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  97. mine nothing changed yet:( maybe it will cme tom..
    am in chicago

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  98. the poster whose color changed tell us whr u from plz

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  99. I think that guy is on crack. Nothing has changed.

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  100. it can caz in my june result some ppl gat scores earlier like 2 hrs before....so it is possible

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  101. no no, he is right, I am on crack.

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  102. so whr are you?did u receieved yet

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  103. No color changes here...it is looking like tomorrow (hopefully!)

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  104. it could happen today I think. Probably tomorrow.

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  105. tomorow for sure caz they cant delay it more...

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  106. last time on this blog we started seeing scores around this time.

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  107. yes u r rite means it wil come tom

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  108. Obviously this is different. So far none of the predictions and past analysis have been right. It is anyone's guess when anything is going to be released regardless of how the past tests went. We are all stuck in limbo.

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  109. I have been refreshing this page and my LSAC page ALL DAY!!!!! And, I haven't been able to get any work done. Stupid LSAC.

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  110. same here lsac suxs wasted whole day refreshing it..dint do my packing fr visiting another country..they [play with our emotions tricky bugger lsac

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  111. I agree with the poster stating LSAC sucks! It is ridiculous that an organization such as LSAC takes over a month to release scores. Holiday or no holiday it doesn't take that long when all you have to do is scan them in a machine then analyze results!

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  112. I'm guessing tomorrow too. According to a blog I read, LSAC hasn't released scores on a Tuesday before. Not sure if that matters for anyting, but I am loosing faith in today. Here is to another night of restless, LSAT filled dreams!

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  113. im the lsac suxs poster!see u all tom again ..wish u all the best...will refresh again from 9.00 am tom till then i need a merlot wine:)bye

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  114. sweet jesus just give me my scores!!!!!

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  115. Guyz Guyz, I told you earlier TOMORROW, what part of tomorrow that you guys don't understand? There is no color change on LSAC website, never happened never will, so just chill. Go to sleep and tomorrow pack your refrigerator with 24 pack bud, or beer of your choice, because you will need it either for celebration or sorrow. Relax, just relax. Do some yoga or listen to some country music (this is not for Canadians) to calm your self. For Canadians, nothing but a fresh bud (not bud as Budweiser) can calm their nerves. LOL!!! Just kidding.

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  116. this is bullshit. point blank. the lsac organization should be ashamed of themselves for releasing scores this late.

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  117. maybe the reason its taking so long is because there is a bigger curve than in the previous exams and need to make sure its correct.

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  118. bigger curve means gud news or bad?

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  119. A big curve is good news for the 170s range. For example, a curve of a -14 could mean that a test taker could get 14 questions wrong yet get a 170.

    I am not sure if a big curve is good news for other ranges (120s, 130s, 140s, 150s, and 160s).

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  120. I second that. But today they should definitely have it out as in the past it's been at least 2 days before the actual release date. I pray that this wait will be worth it. God bless you everyone!!!

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  121. I agree this is B.S. Maybe they are trying to see how far they can push us test takers before we revolt? lol There is no excuse for taking this long even if there is a curve. You can't convince me that it takes over a month to get scores and figure out a curve!!!

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  122. There have been some changes to my lsac score page. Yesterday, they changed my requested test center to the test center they reassigned; and today they added the name of the test center I actually ended up going to as a standby test taker. There were some color changes, but only to the grid as a result of the test center write ups, not to the test booklet and answers release area.

    They are definitely getting ready to release the scores. And they must have our test scores; I really doubt that they are not done scoring two days before the official release date. We can only speculate why they're moving so slowly. The only sure thing is that they cannot wait much longer, they have to meet their Friday score release date unless they want to refund thousands of test takers. Otherwise, we're pretty much without recourse, I don't think anybody will take our "revolt" seriously when it is clear we were told that the scores should not be expected before the 6th.

    Is it BS? Yes. Can we complain? Yes. Do we have cause of action. No. Plus, once we get our scores, who is going to care enough, or have enough free time, to start a petition or something about their ridiculously slow service? I think there are other things we can protest against that are priorities (think political corruption, the environment, civil rights abuses, economic inequity...). If I was going to protest against LSAT, their timing would be the least of my concerns. What about their candidate referral service that is an unnecessary hurdle and expense? Most PhD programs have a much simpler, and free, way of processing recommendation letters, transcripts, etc. What about the flawed concept of standardized testing? Some people are great test takers and crappy candidates for any position, and vice versa. Or can pay for thousands of dollars of test prep...

    Anyways, we'll all be put out of our misery in the next 48 hours. Crossing my fingers till then. Good luck everybody!

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  123. What are you guyz crying about? Estimated release date for results is the 6th of January not 4th not 5th but if they decide to release early its their kindness. They clearly state that it takes approximate three weeks from the time you take the test to the time you should expect your scores to be released. it is no BS, since you got 2 full more working days before the date posted by lsac comes to an end. Can you complaint? complain about what? for not releasing score earlier than date posted? this last poster worries me man. Are you planning on going to law school? I suggest that you think again.

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  124. (we took the test more than 4 weeks ago)
    and before you suggest that others rethink their decision to go to law school based on faults within their posts, I would make sure that your own post is flawless.

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  125. I absolutely agree with Sarah's comment: Mo, think about your incorrect use of grammar before you apply to law school, as well consider your attitude, because I can tell you, it won't be to your advantage in a law firm.

    When there has been a trend of an early release date for the past years, it sets a level of expectation for those who took the test. As well, anyone can complain, it is part of that whole freedom of speech thing you may or may not have heard about; and yes, LSAC does say that it takes about three weeks to release the scores, if you can count better than you can use the english language, you would know that it has now been more than four weeks. Needless to say, people are getting anxious, especially as law school application deadlines are getting closer, and LSAC is not sticking to the time frame that they have given us a reason to expect. So please think before you open your mouth next time, or in this case, start typing.

    For everyone else, I feel your pain, happy thoughts and hopeful wishes to everyone. Let's hope it comes today. :)

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  126. Ok, we're all on edge, but let's play nice. We all think we deserve to go to law school, we are all anxiously awaiting our scores, and we all know how long it actually takes to scan in answer sheets. However, they do say the 6th, and it's only based on past early results that our expectations are any different. Let's stop acting like kids who got to stay up late a few times and now think our bedtime has changed permanently. Patience is a virtue...;)

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  127. Is it me, or does Mo seem like a very unpleasant person to be around?

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  128. What? Ms. Sarah, with all due respect, I am certain that you understand the meaning of approximate which mean some near that point but not completely accurate or exact. Second point I made in my earlier post was the date already provided by LSAC which is the 6th, even that date has room for extension. you can find that in the LSAC rules and regs by visiting LSAC.ORG, if needed you can ask me and I will email you the policy. Can you, Ms. Sarah, please point a flaw in my reasoning?

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  129. Hi, so we have to wait until this Friday to receive my score. Nobody receive it yet??

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  130. Replying to the last poster,

    Many individuals are very very anxious to get their scores and there is much SPECULATION, but not much beyond that as to when we will ACTUALLY receive them. We may receive them today, or we may receive them on the 6th, and any time in between. Keep your mind occupied, make it a point to maybe check for your score every hour or two, and then pre-occupy yourself.

    To answer your other question, no, no one has received their score yet.

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  131. Mo' I think we have all had enough of the "flaw in reasoning" question types! haha

    Arguing online, wow... Do any of you think that will prove what good lawyers you will become? No. All I see is mindless bickering, and it is rather rude to tell a stranger they're essentially not worth going to law school based off a comment on a blog.

    I agree with those saying that everyone is on edge and we all need to try to relax!

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  132. No one making these comments is an attorney or else they wouldn't be waiting for scores. Thus, nobody can possibly judge someone about what kind of lawyer they will be in my opinion. And the grammar issue is just...you know what, I won't comment on that.

    Anyways, back to to the topic: Overall, I pray that the scores come out today. If not, you live to fight another day. Good luck to you all!

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  133. hey all i dunt know abt all u ppl but ill become a coolest divorce lawyer :)...waitin fr lsat positively no negativity in thoughts.....
    chill pill

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  134. I hate all of you. No wonder everyone hates lawyers.

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  135. OK, not BS? Let's be serious, if they wanted to, they could let the people who proctor the test scan the tests on site, and release the scores after a short period of time. I'm sure part of the reason they don't do that has to do with protecting their product, and the validity of the test (accounting for the experimental questions/two test dates, for example) and to prevent cheating, which also explains all there identification/security measures. Seriously, I felt like I was boarding an airplane. Current photo, gov't ID, sign 5 times, plastic baggy, no mechanical pencils, what's in your pocket? no lip balm!...what's next, a full body scan, fingerprinting? Is it wrong to think there is something wrong with this picture? Many people are anxious about the results, and it's understandable because this testing process is somewhat reductive, and also because the results can be make or break for some. Plus, we live in a digital age of immediate gratification...some computer based tests even give you instant score ranges. It's hard to be patient when you know that a service that you paid for could be more efficient. But, alas, no choice! Just gotta hope for the best, and know I did my best (this count as a chill pill coolest divorce lawyer?). This has been a growth opportunity, but I will be glad when this wait is over, and also when I know where I'm studying in the Fall! Good luck to all! Peace (even to the haters)!

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  136. I just hope I did well enough so I don't have to take the February 2012 exam. I just want this process to be over. Also, if they post the scores tomorrow, wouldn't that be the first time in LSAT history that they posted scores the day before the actual release date? Hasn't been 2 days before and more. Just a thought.

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  137. all listen to alaxandra stan mr saxobeat n enjoy:)

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  138. ^ YESS! glad to see someone likes that kind of music :)

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  139. oh my gosh! Oh my gosh!!

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  140. This whole "using letters instead of words" nonsense has got to stop.

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  141. no scores yet.
    hopefully tomorrow!

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  142. The wait is brutal, and checking my phone to see if I have new email every two seconds is not helping.

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  143. ^
    I know what you mean! And I'm at work :/

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  144. The october test results came back around 5:30-6ish

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  145. My icons turned grey!!

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  146. Score email date updated to today!

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  147. No joke but my icons went grey and email date changed to today. They are coming out!!

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  148. My icons are grey too! Omgomgomgomgomgomgomgomg! They're coming!

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  149. Come on, let me be in the first batch!

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  150. Mine are grey too and my email date changed. Wahoo! Here they come!

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  151. i just hope you guys are all this excited after you get your scores

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  152. Yes, I hope I am as happy as that fat pissed off baby at the start of this blog page that I have seen about a million times. Then I can say that I DESTROYED THE LSAT!!! now change my diaper

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  153. Grey and email date changed to today! Good luck everyone!

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  154. Anyone know what the typical lag time is between the icons changing and scores getting posted? Trying to decide whether to leave the office or stick it out for a little bit.

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  155. SCORES ARE UP!!!! - Columbia, MO

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  156. How'd you do??? Curve?

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  157. Its being reported at -14 for a 170

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  158. I keep refreshing my LSAC page every 2 minutes. I am really nervous.

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  159. Does anyone know if your score will appear on the LSAC page before the email? Or at about the same time?

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  160. 171. F ya. Missed 13

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  161. Which for you was exp?

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  162. section 1 logic games

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  163. I am definitely starting to think they release the scores by region because I am in Hawaii and I think I am the only person who hasn't received my score yet.....

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  164. Don't worry, I'm in northern VA (DC area) and haven't received my score yet either! Neither has my friend in this area.

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  165. I would kill for a 152! Don't beat yourself up!I still have not recieved my score and I live in New Mexico. It is 4:48 PM here.

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  166. You aren't the only one. I live on the mainland and have not received anything.

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  167. So that first lr was experimental?!

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  168. Same score as October. That hurts even more than a lower score lol

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  169. New York here and I have not received my score. I think LSAC closes at 7pm eastern so we may still get scores today. Also, I would be happy with a 152 and you still get another chance in February.

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  170. The longer I wait for my score the worse I feel about it.

    If they updated the date to receive it to today and I waited all this time and did not get it after checking it over and over, it would be devastating.

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  171. 162.. with TWELVE wrong on the logic games!
    Time to hit the LG bible I guess...

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  172. Just had a mini anxiety attack checking my LSAC account. I have yet to receive my score but I will be on the site until it is unveiled.

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  173. I am in Northern Virginia: date on lsac website changed to todays. Color for icons changed but no result yet. dang it can't wait anymore

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  174. I am in Florida - Still no score

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  175. Does anyone know if it is by score?

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  176. Got mine in Idaho at about 5:00 MST. Up 10 pts from October!

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  177. Do all the scores get released today or do some people have to wait till tmrw?

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  178. I am in Vancouver, BC Canada, still no score...

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  179. Congrats on the increase Idaho! Still waiting in SK...

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  180. 175 8 wrong from L.A. got it at 7:25

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  181. I am in austin and still nothing

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  182. 147 still happy improved 10 points frm june v content n happy

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  183. Congrats on the 10 point increase! I still have not gotten mine yet :(

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  184. Has anyone received their scores in the east coast??? I hate waiting.

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  185. I just got mine and I am in Vancouver, my friend in Toronto also has hers now.

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  186. I received mines about an hour or so ago. I'm from New York. In September 2011 I took a practice test scoring 139. December 2011 I got a 148. I was really hoping to get into the 150's so please keep your heads up. I'm probably going to take it again in February and although my score is low, I'm extremely proud that I got a 9 point increase. Also, my practice scores ranged from a 144 to 147 so this is actually my highest test score. Plus this is my first time taking the LSAT so I thank God that I at least tried. God bless everyone who took or is awaiting their scores. If at first you don't succeed, try try again.

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  187. i told u all ILL BE COOLEST DIVORCE LAWYER and ill always give party to clients on their day of divorce....and maybe they can match make that night:).....my dream came true....chill pill

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  188. Got it at 7:12pm in SK...same score as last time...oy...

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  189. hey, to the question of how to improve your score, I just took the real lsats released by lsac and went through about fifteen of them, starting a couple months before hand. started off not timing, but started timing under actual test conditions with my last 10. Went through each and every question I got wrong, reviewed why I got it wrong, and why the real answer was right.

    Don't know if it works for everyone but it sure worked for me. Ended up with a 175, 10 to 15 points higher than my first practice tests, and those weren't timed.

    Good luck and peace!

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  190. Nikki,
    My first PT was in November and it was a 139, I got a 149 on the Dec. LSAT. Be proud of your increase I know I am, and it was also my first time. I am signing up to take the Feb test and have been studying Steve's 2 month schedule.. Good luck!!! Congrats to everyone for surviving the longest wait to get our scores back, EVER!!!!!! :)

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  191. I went up 15 pts from 150's to 170's from October. I just relaxed going into this test knowing what I was capable of. Didn't stress myself out. Biggest difference that most test takers could make

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