September 2016 LSAT: Instant Recap
- Sep 24, 2016
- Analysis of Previous LSATs, LSAT
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
Ack! It’s over. Alright, here’s a sample of what we know:
It appears that there is widespread pandemonium regarding a Logic Game about computer viruses. This information has come from people who did not have an extra Logic Games section, meaning that this game was the real deal and will factor into your score. Please tell us what you know below.
Reading Comp wasn’t too much more difficult than usual, although there were apparently some tough questions associated with a passage about a lacquer artist. Again, if you had that passage, that was likely the real Reading Comp section.
Apparently people got caught up on a stimulus about misunderstanding a word (ironic, isn’t it?) This was the real deal.
If you had two Reading Comp or Logic Games sections, one of those was the experimental. If you had three Logical Reasoning sections, one of them was the experimental. These appear to be experimental sections:
-Something about alien civilizations
-European Union competition law
Information is slight so far. Will update.
-Toddlers and puppets (don’t ask)
-Plastic in the ocean
For more info, see the LSAT subreddit.
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