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Daily Archives: February 12, 2012
Like the Nightman, the morning after the LSAT cometh.
The February LSAT is weird in a number of ways. First, it’s in a twilight period – very late for people applying to start in the fall; very early for those applying to start in 2013. There are significantly fewer people taking this exam than any other during the year. And finally, it’s undisclosed – those of you who sat for it will never get to see which questions you got right and wrong.
Most of what I heard said that, while not particularly difficult, this was a weird test.
The first thing that stands out is the bucking of the recent trend towards difficult RC. Read Entire Article…