BruceWayne wrote:Actually looking back on it....why the hell are logic games on the LSAT?????
Because logical reasoning under extreme time pressure is exactly what you're doing when spotting and analyzing issues on a law school exam?
Yes but let's be honest, the way that the two test logical reasoning skills is not nearly as analagous as many in this thread are making it out to be. People are trying to scare him shitless. For one, the LSAT actually tests logic in the formal logic sense, that's really not analogous to spotting issues and arguing both sides. Now for the sake of making the test easy to administer and because they want to make it multiple choice, I understand why LSAC designs the test the way they do. But to make it seem like the LSAT and law school exams are practically identical in nature is disingenuous. I"m sorry but the logic games section is simply not closely aligned with law school exams. The reality is that the difficulty of the law school exam comes more from the curve and competing against your classmates.
In response to the bull comment: I'm assuming OP is Black.
I don't think OP was complaining that the LSAT did not do a good enough job of testing his lawyering skills, bro. Also, WTF, AA detractors? I think I'm missing something.
If you missed why I would say AA detractors in this thread, you must have only read the OP's post, and mine.