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Even if there is a correlation between IQ and LSAT, the proportion is inverse. IQ teSt is majorly about how creative you are, and how your way of thinking diverts from the normal route. however, this is what LSAT is against, as far as the Powerscore Bible told me. you can totally master LSAT after you've figured out the way LSAT makers think.
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rinkrat19 wrote:Yeah, I don't think IQ tests are supposed to be very learnable. They're supposed to test innate ability to recognize patterns, etc. I don't know how you could "study" how to recognize that the next letter in the sequence OTTFFSSE is N or that the square in the pattern the row has the dot in the upper left corner.
Was he just fucking around or is this srs? I spent the last 10 mins trying to figure out why N is next but I'm stuck.