0:00 – Intro. A student-suggested drink concoction starts things off, with a nod to Dave and Jon’s Augusta, GA roots.
8:46 – This week in the LSAT world. In addition to the forthcoming April test discussion, Dave and Jon provide reminders about the LSAT Writing portion (additional listening: “The Digital Writing Sample”) and update listeners on June LSAT registration figures (27k+ and counting!).
The April 2021 LSAT-Flex
15:30 – Stats. A quick recap of the test taker numbers seen per day during the Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday tests.
18:36 – Issues. Going over the various dilemmas we heard about (Proctor U inconsistencies, Mac OS problems, etc.) and the steps that students can take to report issues and potentially retake the test.
28:02 – Reminders. Before diving into the individual tests, the guys remind listeners of a few generalities and best practices when it comes to discussing LSATs immediately after the test.
34:25 – The Saturday / Sunday Tests Review
50:44 – The Tuesday Tests Review
1:01:06 – How do we make scoring scale predictions? We typically get a number of listener questions after the review episodes wondering how we come to our scoring scale predictions and conclusions. Jon and Dave explain the process including: years of test data archiving, direct test taker and instructor reports, and decades of previous scoring scales and trends.
1:04:35 – The Scoring Scale Predictions/Matrix. An in-depth analysis of the various section combinations in play, and what we predict to be the scoring scale for each.
1:23:21 – Outro.