December LSAT Scores Could Be Out at Any Moment
- Jan 03, 2012
- Analysis of Previous LSATs, LSAT
The wait is over. If you took the December 2011 LSAT, the moment of truth has come. Sometime this week, the LSAC will release LSAT scores. I can’t say for sure, and I won’t be a sensationalist like this jerk, but it’s very likely they could come out today.
It’s been exactly a month since you celebrated completing the December LSAT, a month spent eagerly awaiting this day and an email from the LSAC. And now it’s (maybe) here. No more nail-biting, spending sleepless nights worrying if Raymundo actually had to go third. Now it’s time to camp out in front of your computer, hitting refresh on your inbox, cursing your slow connection – damn you Comcast! And while there’s no certainty when dealing with the LSAC, it seems like a safe bet that you won’t have to wait until Friday to see your LSAT score.
The LSAC is notorious for sending scores out early. They’ve released scores earlier than their posted date for every LSAT over the past 7+ years, always by at least two days, sometimes up to weeks early. Why the variance and unpredictability? Because the LSAC hates you. Or, at the least, they hate your social life. Your plans just got canceled; you’re staying in today.
The last two LSATs were released on Monday, and since the LSAC was closed yesterday, there’s a good chance scores will be sent out today. And, of course, there’s no set time for release – scores are usually sent in batches over the day, organized according to some unknown, possibly non-existent, criteria, so just pull up a chair and get comfy. Have you refreshed lately?
We’ll keep you updated with the latest, and we’ll let you know as soon as we have an idea of the December 2011 LSAT score curve. Stay tuned and be sure to let us know how you did in the comments.
But for now, it’s time to start checking your inbox. Press Ctrl+R to refresh the page. Repeat.
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