UPDATE: The LSAT score conversion chart for the October LSAT is at the bottom of the post.
UPDATE: Multiple reports indicate the curve for the October LSAT was -10 for a 170 and -25 for a 160.
UPDATE: At 5 p.m. EST, LSAC began releasing the first batch of October LSAT scores. It should take several hours for LSAC to release all scores.
LSAC is back.
After being shut down for three days due to Hurricane Sandy, LSAC was unable to send out October LSAT scores by its estimated release date of October 31. In fact, LSAC’s Pennsylvania headquarters were running on generator power as of yesterday. LSAC estimated that scores would probably be out by Thursday, or Friday at the latest.
Then just moments ago, LSAC tweeted this:
When is “later this afternoon” exactly? Who knows? The good news is, you’re getting your October LSAT score today.
Of course, it will take several hours for all the October LSAT scores to be released. LSAC will send them out in random batches. Because this is such a rare situation, don’t be surprised if there are some hiccups in delivering October LSAT scores. There’s a chance it could take LSAC longer to release them this round.
Either way, I’ll be updating this post throughout the day. Also, Blueprint LSAT Prep instructor Colin Elzie will write up his reaction to the October LSAT as soon as he gets his hands on a copy of the exam (as well as his LSAT score), so look out for that.
If you get your October LSAT score, let us know how it went in the comments.