LSAT


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LSAT

 (ĕl′săt′)
A trademark for a standardized law school entrance examination.
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You cannot erase the weight of a stereotype threat in real life, but you can show the effect that it has in real life by conducting these laboratory tests, and that alone, for me, is enough of a basis for totally disregarding any kind of claim that the LSAT is a race-neutral measure of merit.
In the Northwest alone, 600 people took the June LSAT.
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Accompanying the topic of ability come many other questions, including the possibility that schooling is simply a screening or signaling device, and the fact that LSAT scores are distorted by factors such as prep courses.
Furgeson said the school now requires a supermajority of its admissions committee to approve admission of a student who has scored less than 142 on his or her LSAT or has already enrolled in another law school but struggled academically.
Navigating the murky waters of logic, bureaucratic red tape, and the occult, Muzhduk eventually travels to Saharan Africa, chasing Peggy Roundtree, the other student with the perfect LSAT whose place he took.
5 percent of the approximately 42,250 test-takers who indicated some Black ancestry and took the LSAT between 2010 and 2013.
It's hard to argue that the increased number of LSAT takers has nothing to do with the slowly improving job market for lawyers.
Jeff Thomas, director of pre-law programs for Kaplan Test Prep said: "Something feels different about this application cycle to law school admissions officers, and those sentiments are backed up by some key data points regarding the number of LSAT takers.
The LSAT team is also to demonstrate the scalability of the cased telescoped technology, developing the 7.
When you are lubing with LSAT or GMD, give extra attention to the feed pawls, the cocking lever rails, the pivot posts on the primary drive lever and the bolt assembly.