## Free LSAT Practice Test

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PeterJ1

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### Free LSAT Practice Test

Hey all,
If you're after logical reasoning LSAT questions then i suggest taking a look at this free LSAT test simulator..

http://www.accelerated-ideas.com/free-lsat-practice-test-questions.aspx

Some good questions for logical reasoning and analytical reasoning sections of the exam.

KevinP

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### Re: Free LSAT Practice Test

From the looks of it, these aren't official LSAT questions so I can't say I would recommend it, there is plenty of official LSAT material. Moreover, my first question was:
"Window is to pane as book is to". This is nothing like the LSAT.

But if anyone wants some extra LSAT-like study questions, more power to you.

PeterJ1

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### Re: Free LSAT Practice Test

Agreed, they aren't the official LSAT questions. Still think the logical reasoning aspect is always something you can't practice enough of though

LSAT Blog

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### Re: Free LSAT Practice Test

My first question in the simulation was: "62593 is to 85291 and 19684 is to 36982 therefore 42936 is to ?" Many of the other questions I got were along the lines of "Which of these is not like the others?"

Who wrote these questions, and when were they written? Verbal analogies were removed from the LSAT in 1950, and quantitative comparison was removed in 1982... (--LinkRemoved--)

Some test-takers want extra practice on Logic Games and Reading Comprehension because there's only one section of each per exam. However, I'd argue that no one really needs extra sources of Logical Reasoning questions, and certainly not questions as unrelated to actual LSAT questions as the ones in your link.

With 65 released exams, that's 130 sections of Logical Reasoning. At approx 25 questions per LR section, that's ~3250 LR questions. If those weren't enough for test-takers (which they really should be), GMAT Critical Reasoning would be better than the questions in that link. It's easier than LSAT LR, of course, but at least it's similar.

PeterJ1, I looked at a few other questions on there, and none of them were LSAT-like. They simply shouldn't be called LSAT questions at all. Maybe some of them are good to test logical reasoning in general, though...

Also, I see that the posts in this thread are your first posts on TLS. Are you new to the LSAT? Welcome, and let us know if you have any questions about what to do. We wouldn't want you to waste your time studying material that's largely irrelevant.

People who need a free LSAT practice test or two should download the free ones from LSAC:
http://www.lsac.org/pdfs/test.pdf
http://www.lsac.org/pdfs/SamplePTJune.pdf

Those who want to avoid using a full exam can do the sample questions with explanations from LSAC here:
http://www.lsac.org/pdfs/LSATPreparationweb.pdf

Hope this helps any noobs who come across this.

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