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Answer 1: Yes. And the law schools want it that way. The LSAT, plus the intentional difficulty of the first of the three years of law school, are intended to weed-out thos…e who won't be good lawyers. So, yes, the LSAT is hard... ...but, that said, it's not rocket science (or brain surgery, pick, your analog), either. There are LSAT exam prep books/guides and websites which can help a lot; and there are, if you can afford them (because they're expensive) LSAT exam preparation courses you can take. So, if you're serious about passing the LSAT, then it can be prepared/studied for. The trick with any of these kinds of standardized tests is practice, practice, practice. Once you've taken one of the online or in-classroom LSAT exam prep courses; and once you've worked your way through one or more of the books/guides which also helps to prepare you for the LSAT... ...find practice questions and drill, drill, drill. Drill until you can't stand it anymore; and then buckle down and keep going. Practice, practice, practice... question, after question, after question... over and over over, again, until you almost want to open a vein. Then do it some more. And even more. That's how to pass any standardized exam... be it the LSAT, or the bar exam, once you've graduated from law school and want to become a lawyer. The trick is to create the brain equivalent of "muscle memory;" to make not only the right answer, when you know it, be obvious... ...but also -- and this is the key to it all -- to have had so much practice that you can intuit/guess the likely best answer even when you don't know it. Practice, practice, practice, I tell you... and then practice some more. Do that, and you'll do fine on the LSAT (assuming, of course, that you've done fine in school and all its exams, just generally, up to that point; practice can't, after all, substitute for not being properly educated in the first place).
The LSAT is very difficult, but it is manageable. The reason for its difficulty is that formal education does not teach you how to answer the questions on the LSAT. The LSAT i…s intended to test the logical reasoning and writing skills of the test taker. I recommend spending significant amounts of time preparing for the test using Prep Test Courses. These courses will assist you in answering the types of questions normally asked on the LSAT. Remember, the LSAT, like the entirety of Law School, is a competition. Any advantage you can give yourself, to give you an edge over the competition is completely advisable. I promise, your competition will be taking these courses. See, also, the "related questions," below.
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a half-day standardized test administered four times each year at designated testing centers throughout the world.
A LSAT score of 129 will allow you to possibly be admitted into a tier 3 law school. The average LSAT score is 150.
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A very comprehensive test.
Taking an LSAT prep course is the most reliable way to prepare for this test. ======= For what this might be worth, when I prepared for the LSAT I concentrated on getting the …right answers to a part first. Only then did I focus on completing that part within the time allowed.
When I last checked, there were no prerequisites for the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT). It was just pay your money and take your chances. However, it is a very good i…dea to try several sample tests before actually writing one. Ask in your local public library if a book of sample LSATs is available. Otherwise, check with a reputable bookstore. Trying a number of sample tests first will make you a little more comfortable when you sit down to write the real thing. You'll at least be familiar with the structure of the test, as well as the type of questions being asked, and you'll have had ample opportunity to read over and digest the instructions at your leisure. What I found helpful was to concentrate on getting the correct answers first, without worrying about the time pressures. Later, I concentrated on building up my speed while maintaining my accuracy. It took me about six months of practice before I was confident enough to write the LSAT. (I did quite well on it.) Remember, at law school you learn to think differently than you do now. (Yes, reread the last sentence, because it's true.) On an exam, there are no right or wrong answers. You are marked on the quality of your legal analysis. Law school is something to be taken very seriously. The first thing you should take seriously is the LSAT. More tips are available at http://LSATtips.blogspot.com
Question: what is to examine? Answer: To examine is to give exercises to the students in order to determine their understanding and proficiency of the subject.
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The Law School Admission Test
When you enroll for the LSAT, you'll have your options of test centers in your area from which to choose. For instance, if you're in the LA area, you can take the LSAT at UCLA…, Southwestern Law School, Whittier Law School, etc. Testing centers can fill up quickly so you'll want to register sooner, rather than later, for the test. With regard to general locations, the LSAT is given throughout the US, Canada, and in foreign countries around the world such as India, Peru, Japan, etc
Not really, you need a 179 to get into Harvard. But since you are asking if this is a good score, I assume you havent actually taken the test yet. But good luck with law schoo…l.
The LSAT is the Law School Admission Test. If you do not pass this test, you cannot be admitted to a law school approved of by the American Bar Association, so that's why it's… important.
Depends on the school. Research which law schools you want to go to and what average scores they take.