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... ....• Introduction to the LSAT • Scoring ... .....2 . . 1 1 ...2 . 5 • Taking the Prep Test Under Simulated LSAT Conditions • Answer Sheet ..2 ...3 .... • Publications Order Form . • Reading Comprehension Questions • Analytical Reasoning Questions • Logical Reasoning Questions • The Writing Exercise . .. ..... ... ... ... . ... .. ...... .2 .... . • LSAT Writing Sample Topic • Computing Your Score • Answer Key .. • The PrepTest ...... ..... ..... • Test Score Accuracy-Reliability and Standard Error of Measurement • Adjustments for Variation in Test Difficulty • Research on the LSAT • How this PrepTest Differs from an Actual LSAT • The Question Types .. ... .. ..4 ". . ...8 10 40 41 42 44 .... ...........5 ..1 2 ..

It is likely that small differences in scores are due to measurement error rather than to meaningful differences in ability. copies of the writing sample are sent to all law schools to which you apply.00 to 1. It consists of five 35-minute sections of multiplechoice questions. Measurement error also must be taken into account when comparing LSAT scores of two test takers. About 95 percent of the test takers will have test scores that fall within two standard errors of measurement of their true scores. not as an exact determination of his or herstanding. a test with no measurement error would have a reliability coefficient of 1. however. The accuracy of test scores is best described by the use of two related statistical terms. reliability and standard error of measurement. . In other words.. with 120 being the lowest possible score and 180 the highest possible score.00 (never attained in practice). The writing sample is not scored by Law Services. the more certain we can be that test takers would get very similar scores if they took the test again. and two logical reasoning sections. true score is the score that a test taker would have obtained if the test were perfectly reliable. not as exact points on a scale.95. The reliability coefficient can vary from 0.00. the ability to reason critically. indicating a very reliable test. LSAS encourages law schools to interpret LSAT scores as intervals. and the analysis and evaluation of the reasoning and argument of others. The standard error of measurement for the LSAT is reported to score users following each administration of the test. Reliability is a measure of how consistently a test measures the skills under investigation.5. Thus. and all questions count equally. The LSAT. is not a perfect measuring instrument. like any standardized test. one analytical reasoning section.Introduction to the lSAr II The Law School Admission Test is a half-day standardized test required for admission to all 191 LSAC-member law schools. A 3(). there is no penalty for guessing.90 to . Four of the five sections contribute to the test taker's score. the organization and management of information and the ability to draw reasonable inferences from it. The higher the reliability coefficient for a test. The standard error of score differences is approximately 1. The score scale for the LSAT is 120 to 180. These sections include one reading comprehension section. There is no deduction for incorrect answers. Law Services expects the reliability to continue to fall within the same range.4 times as large as the standard error of measurement for the individual scores. The standard error of score differences provides some guidance as to the importance of differences between two scores. • Test Score Accuracy-Reliability Error of Measurement and Standard Candidates perform at different levels on different occasions for reasons quite unrelated to the characteristics of a test itself. The LSAT provides a standard measure of acquired reading and verbal reasoning skills that law schools can use as one of several factors in assessing applicants. The fifth section typically is used to pretest new test items and to preequate new test forms. One way to quantify measurement error is through calculation of the standard error of measurement. The chances are approximately two out of three that a score obtained by a test taker will lie within a range from one standard error of measurement below to one standard error of measurement above his or her true score. reliability coefficients for LSAT forms have ranged from . Law Services reports an internal consistency measure of reliability for every test form. The standard error of measurement for LSAT forms tends to be approximately2. a test score should be regarded as a useful but approximate measure of a candidate's abilities as measured by the test.minute writing sample is administered at the end of the test. The LSAT is designed to measure skills that are considered essential for success in law school: the reading and comprehension of complex texts with accuracy and insight. In the past. The standard error of measurement provides an estimate of the error that is present in a test score because of the imperfect reliability of the test. Your LSAT score is based on the number of questions you answer correctly (the raw score).

The following material presents a general discussion of the nature of each question type and some strategies that can be used in answering them. The reading comprehension section of the test consists of four passages. The scores from different test forms are made comparable through a statistical procedure known as equating. wish to defer working on a passage that seems particularly difficult or unfamiliar until after you have dealt with passages you find easier. and • the tone of the passage or the author's attitude as it is revealed in the language used. As a result of equating. and the law. philosophy. each approximately 450 words long. and to draw reasonable inferences from the material in the passage. • information or ideas that can be inferred from the passage. ethics. followed by five to eight questions that test the candidate's reading and reasoning abilities. the physical sciences. to determine the relationships among the various parts of the passage. Passages for reading comprehension items draw from a variety of subjects-including the humanities. variable section that is used to pretest new test items of one of the three question types. Also. • Reading Comprehension Questions The purpose of reading comprehension questions is to measure your ability to read. • the structure of the passage. Suggested Approach The five sections of the test contain three different question types. • information explicitly stated in the passage. . However. examples of lengthy and complex materials similar to those commonly encountered in law school work. This is because the order of the question types is intentionally varied for each administration of the test. you are likely to encounter the three LSAT question types in a different order when you take an actual LSAT than in this PrepTest.II • Adjustments for Variation in Test Difficulty All test forms of the LSAT reported on the same score scale are designed to measure the same abilities. • Research on the LSAT Summaries of LSAT validity studies and other LSAT research can be found in member law school libraries. It is important to remember that questions are to be answered on the basis of the information provided in the passage. the social sciences. it does not contain the extra. This Prep Test is made up of the scored sections and writing sample from the actual LSAT administered in October 1993. Reading comprehension questions require test takers to read carefully and accurately. but one test form may be slightly easier or more difficult than another. • the meaning or purpose of words or phrases used in the passage. however. You may. The questions may ask about: • the main idea or primary purpose of the passage. Since passages are drawn from many different disciplines and sources. The multiple-choice LSAT reflect a broad are intended to give particular academic questions that make up most of the range of academic disciplines and no advantage to candidates from a background. a given scaled score earned on different test forms reflects the same level of ability. There is no particular knowledge that you are expected to bring to the test. and you should not make inferences based on any prior knowledge of a subject that you may have. with understanding and insight. you should not be discouraged if you encounter material with which you are not familiar.

a passage might describe four diplomats sitting around a table. you might underline main ideas or important arguments.and each player has a particular strength-shooting. For example. You may find it helpful to mark key parts of the passage. • Respond to the specific question being asked.T.W... and you might circle transitional words-'although. you should give the passage at least one careful reading before answering the questions.V. Answering the Questions • Always read all the answer choices before selecting the best answer. some of which are one-way.S.3. then rereading the passage closely and answering the questions. things.R. then it can be deduced that Book P is to the left of Book Y. since here you are not being asked to evaluate the truth of the author's position. and then returning to the questions. Your own views.. Reading the passage. • Ordering: X arrived before Y but after Z. If one condition about books on a shelf specifies that Book L is to the left of Book Y. however.g. The test taker must answer questions about the implications of the given information. The best answer choice is the one that most accurately and completely answers the question being posed. They simulate the kinds of detailed analyses of relationships that a law student must perform in solving legal problems. picking a true statement might yield an incorrect answer to a question in which you are asked to identify the author's position on an issue. objective information. Be sensitive to the implications of what the passage says. and X. For example. and 4 . In preparing for the test. For example. P and 0.) .' 'correspondingly. Remember that your strategy must be effective under timed conditions. you might note descriptive words that will help you identify the author's attitude toward a particular idea or person. you are expected to work within the context provided by the passage. (e.g. Whatever strategy you choose. or guarding. reading the passage closely. and another specifies that Book P is to the left of Book L. designated 1. you should experiment with different strategies. Other relationships are variable (e. • Reading the questions first. Q must be assigned to either table 1 or table 3). who is sitting between diplomats X and y. You should not expect to agree with everything you encounter in reading comprehension passages. or opinions. jumping. Separate main ideas from supporting ideas and the author's own ideas or attitudes from factual. rules. • Analytical Reasoning Questions Analytical reasoning items are designed to measure the ability to understand a structure of relationships and to draw conclusions about the structure.. may sometimes conflict with those expressed in the passage.. and • Skimming the passage and questions very quickly.' and the like-that will help you map the structure of the passage. and decide which work most effectively for you. and their children. or events. Moreover.g.' 'nevertheless.2. and those you have heard from others. are they contrasting or complementary? Consider how and why the author makes points and draws conclusions. Note transitions from one idea to the next and examine the relationships among the different ideas or parts of the passage. Some relationships that are not stated in the conditions are implied by and can be deduced from those that are stated.II Strategies. • Answer the questions only on the basis of the information provided in the passage.. interpretations. Rand S. but only to correctly identify what that position is. For example.. must go to the dentist on four consecutive days. The passage used for each group of questions describes a common relationship such as the following: • Assignment: Two parents. • Spatial: Country X contains six cities and each city is connected to at least one other city by a system of roads.U. following certain rules of protocol as to who can sit where. These include: • Reading the passage very closely and then answering the questions. The examinee is asked to make deductions from a set of statements. or conditions that describe relationships among entities such as persons. for example. Careful reading and analysis are necessary to determine the exact nature of the relationships involved. places.. Some relationships are fixed (e. P and R always sit at the same table). Do not pick an answer choice simply because it is a true statement. • Grouping: A basketball coach is trying to form a lineup from seven players.

including letters to the editor.' 'never. no information. • detecting reasoning errors and misinterpretations. Some questions may. using diagrams. For example. Highlighting the text. except what is given in the original conditions. And among those who do regularly use diagrams in solving these problems.' 'exactly. you may wish to experiment with different types of diagrams. The result of this careful reading will be a clear picture of the structure of the relationships involved." this information should NOT be carried over to any other question in the group. Each logical reasoning question requires the examinee to read and comprehend the argument or the reasoning contained in the passage. In addition. should be carried over from one question to another. a simple map can be a useful device. For a spatial relationship problem. Analytical reasoning questions are intended to be answered using knowledge.' 'must be. Remember. Questions are independent. consider only those people named in the passage unless directed otherwise. such as 'only. involved in an argument • drawing reasonable conclusions from given evidence or premises. The arguments are contained in short passages taken from a variety of sources. however. the social sciences. skills. Do not assume that. do not introduce unwarranted assumptions. and the natural sciences. Even though some people find diagrams to be very helpful. The conditions are designed to be as clear as possible. in a set establishing relationships of height and weight among the members of a team. do not assume that a person who is taller than another person must weigh more than that person.II No formal training in logic is required to answer these questions correctly. and answer one or two questions about it. speeches. read the conditions in their most obvious sense. because the conditions for a set of questions look long or complicated. analyze. All the information needed to answer each question is provided in the passage and the question itself. These include: • recognizing the point or issue of an argument or dispute. • identifying and applying principles. For instance. In general. however. • Logical Reasoning Questions Logical reasoning questions evaluate a test taker's ability to understand. a calendar-like diagram may be helpful.' 'cannot be. as well as articles in the humanities. that the language in the conditions is intended to be read for precise meaning. there is by no means universal agreement on which kind of diagram is best for which problem or in which cases a diagram is most useful.. • identifying the method or structure of an argument or chain of reasoning.' 'always. It is essential to pay particular attention to words that describe or limit relationships. do not interpret them as if they were intended to trick you. newspaper articles and editorials.. other people seldom use them. Suggested Approach Some people may prefer to answer first those questions about a passage that seem less difficult and then those that seem more difficult. . the participants in the relationships.' and the like. In some cases a question will simply ask for conclusions to be drawn from the conditions as originally given. because much time can be lost in returning to a passage and reestablishing familiarity with its relationships. it may prove very helpful to draw a diagram to assist you in finding the solution to the problem. For example. Each question should be considered separately from the other questions in its group. Reading the passage. In preparing for the test. When in doubt. and complete arguments. • detecting the assumptions or chain of reasoning. In reading the conditions. add information to the original conditions or temporarily suspend one of the original conditions for the purpose of that question only. Many people find it useful to underline key points in the passage and in each question. and reasoning ability generally expected of college students and graduates. advertisements. and the range of actions or attributes allowed by the relationships for these participants. the questions based on those conditions will necessarily be especially difficult. it is best not to start another passage before finishing one begun earlier. informal discussions and conversations.. For a scheduling problem. if a question asks how many people could be eligible to serve on a committee. Do not be concerned if a particular problem in the test seems to be best approached without the use of a diagram. criticize. The questions test a variety of logical skills. if Question 1 adds the information "if P is sitting at table 2. including the kinds of relationships permitted.

Answer each question on the basis of the information that is given. it may not answer the question posed. and keep your handwriting a reasonable size. a college-level understanding of widely used concepts such as argument. You cannot devote extra time to a difficult section and make up that time on a section you find easier. Law schools are interested in how skillfully you support the position you take and how clearly you express that position. Confine your writing to the lined area following the writing sample topic. premise. Be sure that you answer every question on the test. Law schools are interested in organization." On the other hand. which must be used (for the writing sample only) to ensure a photocopy of high quality. first eliminate the responses that you know are incorrect. write on every line. Suggested Approach Read each question carefully. it is important to use your allotted time wisely. How well you write is much more important than how much you write. Do not be afraid to guess. which is not scored but is used by law school admission personnel to assess writing skill. a sample test provides very useful preparation for taking the LSAT. When you take an actual test you will have only a short break-usually 10-15 minutes-after SECTION III. even if you do not agree with it.II • determining how additional evidence or argument affects an argument or conclusion. There is no "right" or "wrong" position on the writing sample topic. LSAT questions do not involve any tricks or hidden meanings. In pacing yourself.This helps you to estimate the amount of time you can afford to spend on each question in a section and to determine the question types on which you may need additional practice. Read the topic carefully. Scratch paper is provided for use during the writing sample portion of the test only. and conclusion. You will find that you have enough space if you plan your writing carefully. Ouring the test. No special knowledge is required or expected. For example. Do not write on a topic other than the one specified. you should think of each section of the test as a separate mini test. When taken under conditions as much like actual testing conditions as possible. When you do not know the correct answer to a question. and writing mechanics. and checking your answers. vocabulary. Be sure that your handwriting is legible. Make sure that you understand the meaning of each part of the question. avoid wide margins. then make your best guess among the remaining choices. Make sure that you understand the meaning of each answer choice and the ways in which it mayor may not relate to the question posed. One important way to prepare for the LSATis to take a sample test under the same requirements and time limits you will encounter in taking an actual LSAT. Work within the context provided by the passage. Do not pick a response simply because it is a true statement. Scratch paper cannot be used in other sections of the LSAT. When you take a sample test abide by all the requirements specified in the directions and keep strictly within the specified time limits. you will not be expected to know the meaning of specialized terms such as "ad hominem" or "syllogism. and • identifying explanations and recognizing resolutions of conflicting facts or arguments. at a minimum. Writing on a topic of your own choice is not acceptable. Work without a rest period. You will probably find it best to spend a few minutes considering the topic and organizing your thoughts before you begin writing. assumption. The questions do not presuppose knowledge of the terminology of formal logic. They understand the short time available to you and the pressure under which you are writing. you will be expected to understand and critique the reasoning contained in arguments. Since the LSAT is a timed test. Test takers are given 30 minutes to complete the brief writing exercise. . The writing sample is photocopied and sent to law schools to which you direct your LSAT score. you may work only on the section designated by the test supervisor. A pen will be provided at the test center. Although true. This requires that you possess.

Answer all the questions in SECTION I of this PrepTest. III. allowing yourself 35 minutes each for sections II. Stop working on that section when the 35 minutes have elapsed. • Repeat. . An answer key is provided for that purpose. • Refer to "Computing Your Score" for the PrepTest for instruction on evaluating your performance. To take the test: • Set a timer for 35 minutes. The sample test that follows consists of four sections corresponding to the four scored sections of the October 1993 LSAT. and IV. then prepare your response to the writing sample for the PrepTest.II Official directions for the four multiple-choice sections and the writing sample are included in this PrepTest so that you can approximate actual testing conditions as you practice. • Set the timer for 30 minutes.

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