In a surprise move, LSAT scores were released late last night (so much for day-old promises, LSAC), which means a bunch of LSAT students have a shiny new LSAT score. You’ll hopefully hear lots of score recipients gushing about their scores, and you’ll probably hear some folks who are bummed out as well (we’ll have a post for those guys in the next couple days).
They call it The Curve With Verve. Okay, they don’t call it that, but it isn’t your run-of-the-mill test curve. They don’t even call it a curve, in fact. It’s called test equating, and, yes, that narcolepsy inducing phrase has a lot to do with how the rest of your life is going to turn out. That’s assuming you want to be a lawyer. If not, you’re fine.