About the LSAT PDF by LSAC

LSAT Blog About LSAC PDFThis PDF is no longer available and has been replaced by LSAC's About the LSAT Video.

While digging through the Law School Admission Council's (LSAC) website the other day, I discovered a great overview of the LSAT.

It's called, appropriately enough, "About the LSAT" (PDF). It was originally given as a PowerPoint presentation by Lily Knezevich, a Senior Test Developer at LSAC.

Luckily for us, LSAC was kind enough to make it available for download as a PDF for anyone who couldn't make it.

A few quick notes on the LSAT questions used in the PDF:

The jury trial passage (on page 9 of the PDF) is from PrepTest 37 (June 2002), Section 1.

The Comparative Reading passages (on page 12 of the PDF) are from LSAC's "Preparing for the LSAT" PDF. They're not from any PrepTest.

The Logical Reasoning question (on page 19 of the PDF) is PrepTest 22 (June 1997), Section 4, Question 5.

The partial Logic Game (on page 24 of the PDF) is not from any PrepTest or document I've ever seen.

This PDF was a presentation given at an LSAC Law School Forum in October 2007, so it doesn't reference any of the PrepTests after PrepTest 51 (December 2006). I've listed all the PrepTests you'll need in the Best LSAT Prep Books post.

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