It has changed. Under the new system my scores would have translated to 165 quantitative, 169 verbal. It appears that 169 verbal is unusual in many schools although it is only 3% higher than 165 in terms of percentile (95/98).
But many of those who actually go to graduate school, have very high quantitative scores, significantly higher than mine, and verbal scores that could really make one wonder. Why is the verbal portion so comparatively challenging?
(My LSAT score, on the other hand, is 160 and puts me in the 80th percentile, which explains why I am not truly competitive for that.)