As the second round of LSAT-Flex testing comes to an end, Dave and Jon take a comprehensive look at the June exam and break it all down for you: what went right and wrong, how the multiple test formats were constructed (including the source LSAT for each), the likely scale for each configuration, and finally what May and June’s Flex tests tell us about the future of the LSAT.
0:00 – Intro. Off to the races with summer LSAT-Flex tests, soundtracked by Sports Team’s “The Races.”
6:16 – This week in the LSAT world. A recap of updates from LSAC including the strange ProctorU email, LSAC’s new hours, and July LSAT sign up deadlines.
16:27 – The June 2020 LSAT-Flex. Reports of how things went over the weekend and into this week with the various June LSATs being administered at home once again.
26:57 – What was on the test? Dave and Jon go through the individual sections that were administered and provide feedback on overall difficulty.
41:28 – Potential scoring scales. Factoring in all of the different section combinations that could’ve been administered, we predict the scoring scales that students are likely to see.
50:22 – What do the recent Flex tests suggest for the future of the LSAT? Now that we are two tests into the Flex era, will this become more of a staple moving forward even in a non-pandemic state?
1:05:11 – Outro