[blindlaw] Accessible LSAT diagnostic tests

Tai Tomasi ttomasi at driowa.org
Sat Nov 18 20:31:58 UTC 2017

Last I knew, you could request a few free tests from the law school admission council. I believe they came with answer keys, but I’m not sure if the answer keys explain the various choices and why each is either right or wrong.

Tai Tomasi, J.D., M.P.A.
Email: ttomasi at driowa.org<mailto:ttomasi at driowa.org>
Sent from my iPhone. Please excuse my brevity and any grammatical errors.

On Nov 18, 2017, at 2:20 PM, Justin Harford via BlindLaw <blindlaw at nfbnet.org<mailto:blindlaw at nfbnet.org>> wrote:

Greetings blind law

I hope this message finds everyone well. I am investigating a career in the
practice of  law. I have been advised that the score you get on the LSAT
can be a relatively good indicator of how well you might do in a career in
law, and I wanted to make the best effort that I can to get a good score
for obvious reasons.

I have gone through the power score logic games Bible and workbook
available on book share. I have also found a book of 100 logic games by
Robert Webking  which has been pretty helpful. I have begun to work con the
PS  reading comp bible. I wanted to know if anybody knows anywhere that I
can find accessible diagnostic LSAT tests to practice with.

I would really appreciate it.

Kind regards
Justin Harford
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