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2013 December LSAT Instant Recap

It really is the most wonderful time of the year.

The December LSAT is over.

If you’re here, that means you’re ready to dive right in and discuss the 2013 December LSAT. I’m right with you, but remember: LSAC prohibits talking about LSATs in great detail. We can discuss which sections were toughest, and which were easiest, but we can’t talk about the content of specific questions — especially anything to do with which sections were experimental. If your comment is not approved by the LSAT blog moderator, that means you violated LSAC’s policy in some way.

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December 2012 LSAT Instant Recap

The last month of the year is upon us, and so is its last LSAT. Across the country, thousands of students filed into their December LSAT testing centers and sat for what could be the most important test of their lives.

Maybe you were one of them. If so, what’d you think? Chime in in the comments. Just remember that all comments have to be approved. We can not publish any comments that discuss specific December LSAT questions or directly suggest which topic was believed to be the experimental section. If your comment isn’t approved, it’s likely because it violated an LSAC policy.

Now, here’s what we’re hearing so far about the December LSAT:

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December 2011 LSAT Instant Recap

Looks like someone finally has time to start holiday shopping.

The December 2011 LSAT snuck up on all of us, but now it is a thing of the past. Before we hit the mall to visit Santa, let’s discuss how the LSAT went. Voice your thoughts in the comments.

Remember, though: LSAC prohibits us from talking about anything too specific regarding the content of the exam. No talk about which section was the experimental. Nothing about the subject matter in reading comp. If your comment doesn’t make the cut, it’s because we didn’t approve it. No hard feelings.

Now let’s dig in.