[blindLaw] LSAT Logic Games Section

tai.tomasi8 at gmail.com tai.tomasi8 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 17 17:34:46 UTC 2021

Helga and all:

This settlement was reached in October 2019. The settlement requires the LSAC to research alternatives and replace the logic games section with an alternative within four years. Therefore, I do not expect the logic games section to be replaced this year. LSAC is not required to make the change until early October, 2023. Since LSAC has this period to make the change, I expect it to take affect for the July 2023 or January 2024 test. 

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From: BlindLaw <blindlaw-bounces at nfbnet.org> On Behalf Of Helga Schreiber via BlindLaw
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 11:22 AM
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Cc: Helga Schreiber <helga.schreiber26 at gmail.com>
Subject: [blindLaw] LSAT Logic Games Section

Hello everyone. Hope everyone is doing well. I just read that there was a lawsuit for the LSAC in regards to removing the analytical reasoning  section of the LSAT. I’m aware that now  will be the LSAT flex since the other  way of taking exam is not available yet.   If thatthat really the case, would the analytical reasoning portion will be removed for this year‘s exam or not? I’m just wondering. i’m planning to take it this year. any strategies you could provide me for  the logic  games section? I will really  appreciate it. I look forward to hear from you soon!

Helga Schreiber
Email Address: helga.schreiber26 at gmail.com Sent from my iPhone 11 Pro Max 

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