June 2012 LSAT Instant Recap
- Jun 12, 2012
- Analysis of Previous LSATs
Summer starts a week early for many of you this year.
The Solstice is next Wednesday, the 20th, but that magical moment when the proctor calls time on the last section will feel just like when the school bell rung on the last day of fifth grade.
While you don a sun dress and head to the park or beach (and look slightly like a crazy person, as the exam won’t be over until the evening), however, we here at Most Strongly Supported will be compiling information on the LSAT and commenting on your reports!
So what did you think of the exam? Hard? Easy? One killer logic game? Experimental in the writing section this time? Please post below, but remember that all comments will be moderated to enforce the LSAC’s prohibition on specific content.
And don’t forget to check in to see initial reports from the East Coast and comments from others on the test!
First reports are in from the East Coast. Most are saying that, overall, it didn’t feel like an LSAT. The questions were “weird”, according to several accounts.
Overall, feelings are that RC was average and Logical Reasoning was on the easy side (but, like we said, weird). The Logical Reasoning section has been called out for some ambiguous language, which keeps up with the trend of eschewing the usual keywords for more subtle ones.
Logic Games seemed to be easy for those who struggle with the section and difficult for those who usually do well. This often suggests weird games that lacked deductions, but we haven’t heard any specifics yet. However, we have learned that the Games were each on two pages!
As a reminder, please do not give out any information, including subject matter, of anything on the LSAT. This policy is probably more strict than LSAC’s policy, but we’re going to err on the side of caution.
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