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February LSAT..Trends? Insight? ANYTHING?

Post by GeneralPrimo » Wed Dec 15, 2010 6:08 pm

So, does anyone have any insight to the LSAT's February Trends or anything noteworthy?

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Re: February LSAT..Trends? Insight? ANYTHING?

Post by gdane » Wed Dec 15, 2010 6:09 pm

Sorry Holmes. Its a non disclosed test.

Outside of the anecdotal evidence here on TLS, there is nothing concrete to tell you.

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Re: February LSAT..Trends? Insight? ANYTHING?

Post by hcaddis » Wed Dec 15, 2010 8:35 pm

wouldn't mind hearing some anecdotal evidence

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Re: February LSAT..Trends? Insight? ANYTHING?

Post by suspicious android » Wed Dec 15, 2010 9:54 pm

There aren't trends for one particular month's administration of the LSAT compared to another. Worrying about this is just a way to psych yourself out about something that you can't control, rather than working on what you can do something about--your skill on the LSAT.

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Re: February LSAT..Trends? Insight? ANYTHING?

Post by kennethellenparcell » Thu Dec 16, 2010 12:18 pm

I'll bite. I'm not so sure the February test is any stranger than the rest of the tests given in the year. But these are things to be cognizant of for the LSAT in general, even though they won't necessarily be the case on test day. I think the LSAT has moved toward having more logic games that require you to test possibilities rather than getting a huge deduction that can solve the game for you fairly quickly. It used to be the case that the logic games would be presented more in order of difficulty as well, I think they have started to mix it up more recently. So the order now might be easy, hard, hard, easy - which was certainly how it was for the December test. Although - please don't kill me - but I didn't personally think that the December LG was unreasonable. A bit mean, but come on guys, we all know how the test writers operate by now.

The logical reasoning sections are starting to have certain questions that are worded kind of awkwardly i.e. parallel flaw questions.

For reading comprehension, I've noticed that the test has gotten better at hiding the answers from the older administrations. Although personally, I thought the December reading comprehension was reasonable. Also, go read the moststronglysupported blog from Blueprint LSAT prep, it's really informative. I've taken both Testmasters and Blueprint online courses, and while both have their merits, I like Blueprint a lot more for their humor and transparency.

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