2013 October LSAT Instant Recap
- Oct 05, 2013
- Analysis of Previous LSATs, LSAT
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
That wasn’t so bad, now, was it?
If you’re here, that means you must have just taken the 2013 October LSAT. Congratulations! You can now say you tackled one of the toughest tests mankind has ever created (aside the final challenge to become a member of the League of Shadows, of course).
But if the LSAT test day was a bane of your existence, have no fear. You’re not alone. Here’s what others have reported to us so far about their experience with the October LSAT:
If there’s one theme that’s going around, it’s that one of the LSAT Reading Comp sections was a particular bugaboo. People who got two RC sections are hoping that was the experimental. Odd passage structure and wording were noted.
There’s also some chatter about a doozy of an LSAT Logic Games, with one game in particular. Again, people who got two LG sections are hoping this was part of the experimental.
One Blueprint LSAT Prep correspondent who got the standard two LSAT Logical Reasoning sections said they felt like a practice test. However, other online reports from those who had three LR sections on the October LSAT indicate that one of them was way more difficult than any LSAT practice exam.
Sound about right? What did you think of the 2013 October LSAT? Chime in in the comments. Let us know what you thought were the toughest sections. What were the easiest ones? What threw you off? How are you going to celebrate?
One thing: no comments will be approved that violate LSAC’s policies. You cannot discuss specific answers or content. You can’t pinpoint which sections were experimental based on subject matter. If your comment is not approved, that means you got too explicit about the October LSAT or committed some other no-no.
So let’s hear it. How do you feel about the 2013 October LSAT? Way harder than fighting Ra’s al Ghul, right?
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