UPDATE: We’ve confirmed that the following sections were REAL
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REAL LOGIC GAMES
- Park Rangers
- Teaching Assistants
- Neighborhood Deliveries
- Computer Viruses
REAL READING COMPREHENSION PASSAGES
- Muscle Memory
- Contract Violation of Select Performances
- Native American/Clearing Forests/Woodlands
- Architect/Eileen Gray/Lacquer
REAL LOGICAL REASONING QUESTIONS
- political demagogue
- City changing signs/waste of money
- Parents singing to their children
- (PLEASE HELP US ADD TO THIS LIST BY CONTRIBUTING IN THE COMMENTS BELOW)
Congrats to everyone who took the September #LSAT today!
What section did you think was the hardest?
— LawSchooli.com (@OnLawSchool) September 24, 2016
You’ve spent countless hours over the past few months pouring over lessons, drilling questions, and taking preptests.
Your friends have stopped texting you because you’ve always got your head in a book.
Your significant other has gone to bed alone while you stayed up to review your last preptest.
Your parents have called you to make sure you’re still alive.
Now you’re even starting to have weird dreams about working through LSAT questions.
As you’ve slowly adjusted to living your life in 35-minute increments, the LSAT has so thoroughly engulfed your mind that you can’t even escape the LSAT while you sleep.
It’s been a long road my friends, but alas, you’ve reached the finish line. Congrats!
As is tradition here at lawschooli.com, here is a post where we can discuss the LSAT that was administered today: Saturday, September 24, 2016.
We’ll update this post to track the September 2016 LSAT as we get more information and you can use the comments section below this post to discuss the score release and anything else related to this test (how it went, do you need to retake, etc.)
Let the discussion begin! – Looking forward to hearing from everyone in the comments below.
A few ground rules:
- DO feel free to share RC and LG keywords, this will help us figure out what the real sections were.
- DO celebrate your achievement! You’ve worked hard and you have completed the LSAT!
- DO NOT post any question specifics like “I got A for #2” or write at more than just a keyword or two about any question, this could get you (and us) in trouble with the LSAC. Saying I had an RC passage about Galileo is ok, saying I had an RC passage about how Galileo was not the first person… is not ok.
- DO NOT talk about specific game set ups, or how you tried to solve it.
- Comments that violate these guidelines will be deleted.
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