Out of 2 points correct the law school admissions

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Question 9   2 out of 2 points Correct The Law School Admissions Test ( LSAT ) is designed to measure someone ’s ability to think logically . This ability is predictive of success in law school and as a practicing attorney . The LSAT is a ( n ) _ _______ test . Answers :
A. achievement
B. general ability
C. standardized
D. 
Answer:  D.   aptitude
Question 10   2 out of 2 points Correct Samantha has always bought Japanese cars because she believes they are more reliable than cars made in the United States . Samantha has formulated a ( n ) _ _______ for buying cars that may help her save time and money on her next car purchase . Answers :
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Question 11   2 out of 2 points Correct Extremely successful surgeons are likely to possess an abundance of what type of Gardner ’s multiple intelligences ? Answers :
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Question 12   2 out of 2 points Correct Research on the brain development of mice that are raised in environments offering different degrees of stimulation suggests that the increased intelligence seen in children raised in more stimulating environments is due to : Answers :
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Question 13   2 out of 2 points Correct Babies typically generate their first words at around :
A. 1 year .
Question 14   2 out of 2 points Correct Alina is a straight A student in an honors business program , and she has had very prestigious internships . During her job interviews , Alina ’s arrogance about her own abilities comes through . She fails to realize from their reactions that the interviewers are looking for team players , not independent superstars . Alina is not offered any of these jobs because she lacks : Answers :
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Question 15   2 out of 2 points Correct Jameisia has always loved numbers . When she starts first grade , she grasps basic math immediately . Her teacher is so impressed that she gives Jameisia increasingly complicated work in math . Jameisia goes on to become a superb math student all the way through school . What is the most reasonable conclusion about the source of Jameisia ’s success in math ? Answers :
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Question 16   2 out of 2 points Correct If a child is using telegraphic speech , he will : Answers :
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Question 17   2 out of 2 points Correct Most proposed designs for the Vietnam War Memorial involved statues of soldiers . The winning design was a low black wall inscribed with the names of the dead . The architect who submitted the winning design is clearly very high in Sternberg ’s ________ intelligence . Answers :
A. analytical
B. 
C. emotional
D. practical
Answer:  B.   creative
Question 92 out of 2 pointsCorrect The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is designed to measure someone’s ability to think logically. This ability is predictive of success in law school and as a practicing attorney. The LSAT is a(n) ________ test.Selected Answer:D. aptitudeAnswers:A. achievementB. general abilityC. standardizedD. aptitude
Question 102 out of 2 pointsCorrect Samantha has always bought Japanese cars because she believes they are more reliable than cars made in the United States. Samantha has formulated a(n) ________ for buying cars that may help her save time and money on her next car purchase.
Question 112 out of 2 pointsCorrect Extremely successful surgeons are likely to possess an abundance of what type of Gardner’s multiple intelligences?
Question 122 out of 2 pointsCorrect Research on the brain development of mice that are raised in environments offering different degrees of stimulation suggests that the increased intelligence seen in children raised in more stimulating environments is due to:
Question 132 out of 2 pointsCorrect Babies typically generate their first words at around:
Question 142 out of 2 pointsCorrect Alina is a straight A student in an honors business program, and she has had very prestigious internships. During her job interviews, Alina’s arrogance about her own abilities comes through. She fails to realize from their reactions that the interviewers are looking for team players, not independent superstars. Alina is not offered any of these jobs because she lacks:
Question 152 out of 2 pointsCorrect Jameisia has always loved numbers. When she starts first grade, she grasps basic math immediately. Her teacher is so impressed that she gives Jameisia increasingly complicated work in math. Jameisia goes on to become a superb math student all the way through school. What is the most reasonable conclusion about the source of Jameisia’s success in math?

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