Facelessgod wrote:This wasn't actually at the LSAT but at a networking event a couple weeks ago someone said that they got a 175 on the June 2017 LSAT...
http://blog.powerscore.com/lsat/the-jun ... e-analyzed
Unfortunately I didn't realize this until later when I saw the conversion chart.
When I worked in admissions every once in awhile you'd have someone visit , and you'd have their LSAT score (say, for example 158) and they would literally volunteer some score for you, like 168, even though you were at your desk looking at their 158. It was without explanation to me.