LSAT


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AcronymDefinition
LSATLaw School Admission Test
LSATLandsat
LSATLinux Security Auditing Tool (software)
LSATLiberty Satellite & Technology, Inc.
LSATOtis-Lennon School Ability Test (Canada)
LSATLocal Security Authority Translation
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When Gladwell asked LSAT designers why each of the four sections had to be 35 minutes, it was as if he had asked why the sky has to be blue.
Alex Gershanik, LSAT instructor for the LEAD program and Dillard, says when he first meets students, he asks them to understand how daunting it can be to take the LSAT, matriculate through law school and navigate a legal career.
And the American Bar Association had been considering axing the LSAT and any other tests used in law-school admissions.
Zearfoss said no one has criticized the LSAT for suddenly doing a poor job of predicting 1L performance, and said the justifications that schools seem to be using for accepting the GRE are inaccurate.
306, 315 (2003) ("In reviewing an applicant's file, admissions officials must consider the applicant's undergraduate grade point average (GPA) and Law School Admission Test (LSAT) score because they are important (if imperfect) predictors of academic success in law school").
"It's hard to argue that the increased number of LSAT takers has nothing to do with the slowly improving job market for lawyers."
The influx of LSAT takers around 2009, and thus the volume of applicants, led to a massive disproportioned field of both studying and available lawyers and available jobs.
The Forums give prospective law students an opportunity to talk personally with representatives from ABA-approved law schools and attend workshops on the application process, financial aid, taking the LSAT, and more.
Over the past five years, those students have asked for ADA accommodations on the LSAT, which the council administers.
The LSAT light machine gun recently took part in the Army's dismounted non-networked experiment at Fort Benning, Ga., receiving positive user feedback.
When many thought that the Lightweight Small Arms Technologies (LSAT) programme was closing to a dead end, last August the Department of Defense Ordnance Technology Consortium awarded the LSAT team, led by AAI, part of Textron Systems, and including Alliant Techsystems, Veritay Technology and St.