For anyone wondering what the pre-1991 LSAT looked like...

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princeR
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Re: For anyone wondering what the pre-1991 LSAT looked like...

Postby princeR » Sat May 12, 2012 1:39 am

tedler wrote:
The questions in this test concern world affairs, business, art, and science. They will require some very general knowledge which you may have picked up in the course of your reading, hobbies, or school work, but specific knowledge is not required for this test.


39. Which of the following crops would be most conducive to soil erosion on a sloping field?

(A) Grass
(B) Soy beans
(C) Wheat
(D) Alfalfa
(E) Potatoes

lol. That is awesome. Now this is one of those tests I could take a little high, just a little high. Artificial language, shit, I'd be on that.

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Re: For anyone wondering what the pre-1991 LSAT looked like...

Postby RedBirds2011 » Sat May 12, 2012 1:47 am

Tom Joad wrote:No wonder Romney got into HLS.


I did not know this so I looked it up. JD/MBA from harvard and graduated top third at Harvard law. Did not know that at all.




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