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Not to alarm you, but your October 2011 LSAT score might arrive in your inbox today.
I know, I know. Holy crap. All that waiting and waiting and woah, it’s here already? It seems like just yesterday you were celebrating the completion of the exam. Now you’re biting your nails and refreshing your email every five seconds screaming, “Where is it, you bastards?! Where is it?!”
The LSAC is notorious for sending scores out early — with a tendency to release them on Friday. TGIF, right? There’s no way to know what part of the day they will send them, so keep your eyes peeled.
We’ll keep you posted as soon as we have any inclination of an October 2011 LSAT score curve.
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