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Now, let’s get down to it.
It’s the morning after the December 2013 LSAT, and most of you are probably feeling a bit hung over. Some from excessive drinking in celebration. Others from excessive drinking as a consolation. And almost everyone from the excessive studying you’ve been doing over the past several months.
It’s normal to feel that way after dedicating so much time for so long to something. But it’s over, and it’s time to reenter your family and social circles.
The test itself?
Reports have been extremely mixed.
Some people commented on a dense and wordy Reading Comp passage. Others on a time-consuming Logic Game. Both of those, however, are pretty standard for the test.
Logical Reasoning does seem to be getting special mention for having a higher level of difficulty than normal, which very rarely happens. Whether this is because of a tricky experimental section, a few killer questions, or just hard sections is yet to be seen.
My impression from talking with students is that, overall, it was a pretty standard test. Nothing too crazy; just a few hard questions.
Hopefully, you agree, since most of my students felt pretty good coming out of the testing center. If so, let us know below! If not, do the same.