LSAC Releases 2014 June LSAT Scores: How’d You Do?
- Jul 02, 2014
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You might want to turn off the World Cup and check your email.
LSAC has just released the first batch of 2014 June LSAT scores. If you haven’t received yours yet, don’t panic. LSAC releases LSAT scores in random batches throughout the day. You might get yours at noon. You might get it at midnight. The important thing is, you’re getting it.
So, what stands out about the 2014 June LSAT?
First, let’s start with the curve. The 2014 June LSAT (101 questions) featured an LSAT curve of -13 — meaning you could miss 13 questions and still get a 170 LSAT score.
You could have missed 20 questions for a 165, -29 for a 160, or -46 for a 150.
See the chart below for the full score conversion.
Then there’s that Logic Game. Stay tuned for an upcoming LSAT blog post that breaks down that game that seemed to give everyone fits.
For now, let us know in the comments how you’re feeling now that you have your June LSAT score. Did you do better than you’d hoped? Worse? Let’s discuss.
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