The end of 2019 fast approaching. If 2019 were an LSAT, we’d have just finished making our frantic, final answer selections in the fifth section, and would now be listening to the proctor drone on about some final instructions before being dismissed. Which is to say that our minds would be drifting away from the LSAT and towards how much we’re going to celebrate finishing the test. But before we let our minds drift away from 2019 and towards our New Year’s Eve celebrations, we thought it’d be appropriate to reflect on all the changes to the LSAT this year brought.
November test takers, it finally happened this morning. As promised, the icons on your LSAC account turned gray, and then around 9 am Eastern Standard Time, the scores from the November LSAT began trickling out. Whether you waited for the email to arrive in your inbox, or obsessively refreshed your browser until the score doc appeared in your account, your score eventually manifested.