Thanks for the questions! It sounds to me like this is a discrepancy between three- and four-section raw scores, where on older, four-section tests (four scored sections) the numbers you reference—like 61 correct getting you to a final 152 result—are due to the fact that the question count is out of about 100 scored questions, whereas on the current version of the LSAT where there are only three scored sections the raw results are out of only 75 questions or so.
To give you a clearer sense of what I mean, you can see the "traditional," four-section conversion numbers here: https://www.powerscore.com/lsat/help/co ... rgeted.cfm
Compare that to a typical three-section test, which again is what the LSAT is currently, and you'll see the difference: https://lsac.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/artic ... sion-Chart
So if you got 53 questions correct on the three scored sections of the June test then you can expect an outcome around 158-160. But don't use past, four-section numbers to compare, because the scaling is totally different these days!
I hope that helps!
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