Preparing for the LSAT Experimental Section

In my LSAT study schedules, I recommend that you include extra sections in your practice exams. Why would I recommend such a cruel and difficult task? Because LSAC uses test-takers as lab rats (like many organizations that administer standardized exams – think back to the SAT). LSAC includes an unscored experimental section on the LSAT and […]

The Experimental Section and Difficulty of LSAT Questions

“The LSAT is equated so that a test score obtained in the current year is comparable to scores obtained in previous years.” – LSAC (Executive Summary) Test-equating requires pre-testing. After LSAC’s elves write individual LSAT questions, they compile these questions into various 35-minute sections. If you’ve taken the LSAT before, you’ve already completed one of these sections as […]