December 2011 LSAT Instant Recap
- Dec 03, 2011
- Analysis of Previous LSATs, LSAT
Looks like someone finally has time to start holiday shopping.
The December 2011 LSAT snuck up on all of us, but now it is a thing of the past. Before we hit the mall to visit Santa, let’s discuss how the LSAT went. Voice your thoughts in the comments.
Remember, though: LSAC prohibits us from talking about anything too specific regarding the content of the exam. No talk about which section was the experimental. Nothing about the subject matter in reading comp. Don’t guess the curve. If your comment doesn’t make the cut, it’s because we didn’t approve it. No hard feelings.
Now let’s dig in.
An early report from the East Coast is in, and it sounds like the test was pretty straightforward. Many who took the October exam (which had a very lenient LSAT score curve) have voiced the opinion that this exam was easier.
Several students reported that the logic games were some of the easiest in recent memory. It also sounds like LSAC might have spread out the easier logical reasoning questions rather than hook you up with the 10 easiest right off the bat. Also, most students said that reading comprehension was the toughest section (surprise, surprise). Although they did specifically mention the comparative passage as quite a doozy.
Do you agree? Disagree? How do you think you did? Did anything crazy happen on your way to the LSAT or during? Let’s hear about it in the comments. We’ll be updating the post throughout the day with any more information we receive.
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