September 2017 Post-LSAT Carnival
- Sep 22, 2017
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
It’s been a week since the Law School Admissions Council bequeathed the September 2017 LSAT to a nation of lawyers-to-be (unless you live in parts of Florida, in which case, good luck when the exam comes around to you!). And since this momentous bequeathing, the internet has been ablaze with hot takes on the exam. Well, more accurately, a very specific niche of chatty soon-to-be law students have been talking about the exam, mostly trying to figure out which section was the experimental.
But there has been some interesting and lively discussions surrounding the exam on all corners of the internet, so we thought we’d bring back an old favorite — the post-LSAT Carnival — to round up the chatter about the September exam.
So away we goooo …
The main takeaway: people really hated that passage about judges
There was also an LR question about dive-bombing crows and caveman masks that we can’t wait to see
When I read about these test takers’ unexpected issues, I thought they were referring to having to use the restroom a lot …
Nonetheless, this is proabably a good reminder to not drink too much coffee before your exam.
In the questionnaire, LSAC hinted that it might go digital very soon
And we heard back from someone who took a digital pilot test
Dave Killoran from PowerScore made some predictions about the curve and the score release date
No matter how you feel you did on the test, take comfort in the knowledge that many were way, way less prepared than you
Finally, some people had the right idea about what to do after the test
If you have any more hot takes to offer on the September test, please share them in the comment section!
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