Once Hurricane Sandy made its landfall, life has changed drastically for the northern area of the country regarding homes, businesses, and lives. Unfortunately, the storm continues to cause great challenges concerning technology and electricity. Because of Sandy’s ferocity, it seems that all national corporations have been affected in some way, including the Law School Admissions Council.
The October LSAT release date has been October 31st for quite some time now; however, generally the LSAC will release scores several days earlier than anticipated. Due to the hurricane this year, though, scores are expected to be released by early November, according to LSAT Blog via the LSAC.
Although this is frustrating for all of the LSAT takers such as myself, who have already anxiously waited three weeks for results, I can’t help but be humbled by the fact that I am merely waiting for test results while thousands of citizens are without power, energy, or technology- all while in the wake of destruction. My thoughts go out to all those who are affected by this disaster, and events such as this prove how miniscule the seemingly large obstacles really are.