Monday, October 30, 2006

LSAT Changes

As reported in The Dartmouth, the Law School Admission Council has announced that the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) will undergo changes starting with the June 2007 test. There will a new variant of reading comprehension, called comparative reading, which will appear as one of the four sets in the LSAT reading comprehension section. Traditional reading comprehension questions are based on one long passage. The comparative reading questions will instead be based on two shorter passages. Most of the questions that follow the passages will be about both passages and how they relate to each other. Read the announcement from the Law School Admission Council here.

From WSJ Law Blog.