LSAT- order of questions

robespierre2012
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LSAT- order of questions

Postby robespierre2012 » Thu Apr 22, 2010 11:53 pm

I know that when the LSAT is adminstered the question type categories appear in different order. Can anyone comment on whether or not the answers within the categories are in the same order? I am just trying to find out if the test conforms to international standards of fairness.

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Re: LSAT- order of questions

Postby bp colin » Fri Apr 23, 2010 12:09 am

robespierre2012 wrote:I know that when the LSAT is adminstered the question type categories appear in different order. Can anyone comment on whether or not the answers within the categories are in the same order? I am just trying to find out if the test conforms to international standards of fairness.


Yes, they are (for the real sections at least).

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Re: LSAT- order of questions

Postby bp colin » Fri Apr 23, 2010 12:10 am

robespierre2012 wrote:I know that when the LSAT is adminstered the question type categories appear in different order. Can anyone comment on whether or not the answers within the categories are in the same order? I am just trying to find out if the test conforms to international standards of fairness.


Wait, is there such a thing?

robespierre2012
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Re: LSAT- order of questions

Postby robespierre2012 » Fri Apr 23, 2010 12:14 am

bp colin wrote:
robespierre2012 wrote:I know that when the LSAT is adminstered the question type categories appear in different order. Can anyone comment on whether or not the answers within the categories are in the same order? I am just trying to find out if the test conforms to international standards of fairness.


Yes, they are (for the real sections at least).


thank you for your response.

are you confident in this conclusion? It is a pretty serious matter.

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Re: LSAT- order of questions

Postby redsox » Fri Apr 23, 2010 12:16 am

120.

robespierre2012
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Re: LSAT- order of questions

Postby robespierre2012 » Fri Apr 23, 2010 12:22 am

bp colin wrote:
robespierre2012 wrote:I know that when the LSAT is adminstered the question type categories appear in different order. Can anyone comment on whether or not the answers within the categories are in the same order? I am just trying to find out if the test conforms to international standards of fairness.


Wait, is there such a thing?


indeed. some areas of the world take very seriously the methods in which they admit and deny individuals the universal right to universal knowledge.

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Re: LSAT- order of questions

Postby skip james » Fri Apr 23, 2010 12:37 am

bp colin wrote:
robespierre2012 wrote:I know that when the LSAT is adminstered the question type categories appear in different order. Can anyone comment on whether or not the answers within the categories are in the same order? I am just trying to find out if the test conforms to international standards of fairness.


Wait, is there such a thing?


I couldn't believe it either... but apparently there is.

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I think this is what he's talking about.

robespierre2012
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Re: LSAT- order of questions

Postby robespierre2012 » Fri Apr 23, 2010 12:53 am

skip james wrote:
bp colin wrote:
robespierre2012 wrote:I know that when the LSAT is adminstered the question type categories appear in different order. Can anyone comment on whether or not the answers within the categories are in the same order? I am just trying to find out if the test conforms to international standards of fairness.


Wait, is there such a thing?


I couldn't believe it either... but apparently there is.

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I think this is what he's talking about.



try this.

http://books.google.com/books?id=2I0nI5 ... &q&f=false


Buddhists just dont walk into the most barbarious political system on the face of the earth and subject themselves to random educatioan systems.

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Re: LSAT- order of questions

Postby robespierre2012 » Fri Apr 23, 2010 12:53 am

nm

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Re: LSAT- order of questions

Postby shock259 » Fri Apr 23, 2010 1:12 am

I'm in a good mood.

121

robespierre2012
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Re: LSAT- order of questions

Postby robespierre2012 » Fri Apr 23, 2010 11:09 am

not sure i understand these references to 120 and 121. are those good scores?

i really need to know whether the questions for each section are in the same order for everyone in the room. i know the sections themselves are not.

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Re: LSAT- order of questions

Postby legalized » Fri Apr 23, 2010 11:33 am

robespierre2012 wrote:not sure i understand these references to 120 and 121. are those good scores?

i really need to know whether the questions for each section are in the same order for everyone in the room. i know the sections themselves are not.


What are you trying to do, concoct a plan to game the system somehow?

If you don't know what constitutes a good score on the LSAT you have a lot more to be worried about than who's getting what answers in what order.

The order doesn't matter. What matters is you get the most right you possibly can. Now you owe mi a left click!




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