LSAT

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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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New data from the Law School Admission Council shows the number of people taking the Law School Admission Test in September dropped from last fall, after June test takers declined from the previous summer.
According to the company, LSATMax is designed to help prospective law school students study for the LSAT law school admission test using their iPhone or iPad.
"Then I slept through the law school admission test, so I took it as a sign from heaven to stay in drama school," she added.
Lower average Law School Admission Test (LSAT) scores and undergraduate grade point averages (GPA) may have negatively affected some African Americans and Hispanics.
It's also shown that while African-American and Mexican American applicants have endured falling admissions rates, their undergraduate grade point averages and Law School Admission Test scores have improved during the same period.
Between preparing for the exam, registering online at the Law School Admission Council (LSAC), deciding which law school to attend and, of course, taking the dreaded Law School Admission Test, the process seems daunting.
At the time, Kerry was studying for the Law School Admission Test, after earning a degree in political science from Southern University in Baton Rouge.
Officers interested in applying should register for the fall offering of the Law School Admission Test. Applicants must send their requests through command channels, including branch managers at the Army Human Resources Command, with a copy furnished to the Office of the Judge Advocate General, ATTN: DAJA-PT (Yvonne Caron), 1777 North Kent Street, Rosslyn, VA 22209-2194.
The policy allowed the university to evaluate each candidate on the basis of a variety of information such as, personal statement, letters of recommendation, undergraduate G.P.A, and Law School Admission Test (LSAT).
Few are likely to regard numerical indicators like the Law School Admission Test as "race neutral" after reading Guerrero's analysis of their built-in preferences.
E.g., Eulius Simien, The Law School Admission Test as a Barrier to Almost Twenty Years of Affirmative Action, 12 T.
Indeed, it is not readily apparent to what extent the standard measures of aptitude like the SAT or the Law School Admission Test (LSAT)--or even the tests widely used for promoting police officers--measure real merit, and not just privilege.
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