stego wrote:Letting people pick and choose sections from different LSAT administrations doesn't really make sense because of the way it's graded (raw score converted into normalized score based on all 4 sections). And doesn't the exact number of questions in a section vary slightly from test to test?
For now, I am just speculating. But its normal practice for a lot of graduate school applications with the GRE. The LSAC is going to have to out-compete the GRE considering that the GRE is more widely accepted (obviously for most/if not all grad schools and soon all law schools) and EASIER versus a test that is harder and only accepted for U.S. law schools (apologize if Canadian schools take as well, not sure). But either way, if you are a future applicant, there is no reason to take the LSAT once the GRE is more widely accepted (which it will). GRE gives more options, lots of administrations, and easier. It is why the LSAC is so scared of having to directly compete against it.