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I'm fairly sure a law grad would not be able to take the test. You need to sign a form saying that you are taking it only for law school application purposes. And FWIW I'm not so sure you would see an appreciable correlation up or down.
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SarahKerrigan wrote:Was just wondering if there has been any tests done to see how law school grads do on the LSAT? i think it would be interesting to see how much they improve.
I suppose that if they did improve post-school, it would lend some credence to the claim that the test is in fact related to law school in any way at all.
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