Big difference in difficulty in early 2000s LSATs?

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Bless
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Big difference in difficulty in early 2000s LSATs?

Postby Bless » Sun Sep 26, 2010 12:40 am

I took PT 38 (October 2002 test) and received the highest score I have thus far, and by a long shot. This also came after taking a much needed day off after countless days of cramming. For the first time in a while, my mind felt at ease and I felt rested enough to do well on the PT. Like I said, I ended up overachieving.


Is there such a big difference in the difficulty in tests from this time period versus those of today? If so, is it in any particular section or all of them?

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Re: Big difference in difficulty in early 2000s LSATs?

Postby Sandro » Sun Sep 26, 2010 2:00 am

difficulty? thats kind of relative. I'd say in the 30's RC is different, LR is different, and LG is different compared to todays. Your mileage may vary.

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Re: Big difference in difficulty in early 2000s LSATs?

Postby skippy1 » Sun Sep 26, 2010 2:55 pm

My score dropped like crazy after PT38 - I felt the tone of the test changed somehow - can't explain it but the tests after that felt much harder but then you get used to difficulty of the newer exams. Keep going - PT38 will not a good indicator of your score on the final exam.




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