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June 2007 LSAT Form 8LSN75
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1 Taking the June 2007 Test Under Simulated LSAT Conditions One important way to prepare for the LSAT is to simulate the day of the test by taking a practice test under actual time constraints. Taking a practice test under timed conditions helps you to estimate the amount of time you can afford to spend on each question in a section and to determine the question types on which you may need additional practice. Since the LSAT is a timed test, it is important to use your allotted time wisely. During the test, you may work only on the section designated by the test supervisor. You cannot devote extra time to a difficult section and make up that time on a section you find easier. In pacing yourself, and checking your answers, you should think of each section of the test as a separate minitest. Be sure that you answer every question on the test. When you do not know the correct answer to a question, first eliminate the responses that you know are incorrect, then make your best guess among the remaining choices. Do not be afraid to guess as there is no penalty for incorrect answers. When you take the practice test that follows, abide by all the requirements specified in the directions and keep strictly within the specified time limits. Work without a rest period. When you take an actual test you will have only a short break—usually 10–15 minutes—after SECTION III. When taken under conditions as much like actual testing conditions as possible (see Day of the Test , in the LSAT & LSDAS Information Book , page 12), the practice test provides very useful preparation for taking the LSAT. Official directions for the four multiple-choice sections and the writing sample are included in this practice test so that you can approximate actual testing conditions as you practice. To take the test: n Set a timer for 35 minutes. Answer all the questions in SECTION I. Stop working on that section when the 35 minutes have elapsed. n Re peat, al low ing your self 35 min utes each for sec tions II, III, and IV. n Set the timer again for 35 min utes, then pre pare your re sponse to the writ ing sam ple at the end of this test. n Re fer to “Com put ing Your Score” on page 96 in this book for instruction on evaluating your performance. An an swer key is pro vided for this pur pose. How This Practice Test Differs From an Actual LSAT This practice test is made up of the scored sections from the actual disclosed LSAT administered in June 2007 as well as the writing sample topic. However, it does not contain the extra, variable section that is used to pretest new test items of one of the three multiple-choice question types. The three multiple-choice question types may be in a different order in an actual LSAT than in this practice test. This is because the order of these question types is intentionally varied for each administration of the test. The actual test contains section headers at the top of each page that are not included in this practice test.
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2010 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Kaps during the Spring '10 term at Abu Dhabi University.

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PracTestJune - June 2007 LSAT Form 8LSN75 1 Taking the June...

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