UPDATE: The December LSAT curve was -12 for a 170 and -27 for a 160. This means you could have missed 12 questions and still scored a 170 or missed 27 and still scored a 160. Here’s the complete December LSAT score conversion chart:
Happy New Year, December LSAT test takers. Your LSAT scores are coming out today.
LSAC has updated its website two days ahead of its estimated LSAT score release date, indicating that December LSAT scores are on their way.
For those who don’t know, here’s how it will go:
LSAC will release December LSAT scores in random batches for several hours. And several means several. Compared to previous administrations, it’s actually pretty late in the day for LSAC to release LSAT scores. So don’t be surprised if you don’t get your December LSAT score until later tonight.
And the batches are completely random. So if you get your December LSAT score later than others, it doesn’t mean you got a lower LSAT score.
When you get your December LSAT score, let us know how you did and what you thought about it.
The day is finally here, December LSAT test-takers! If you have any champagne left over from New Year’s, get on it.