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Title: lsat question / answer child folder
Post by: WoeIsMe on January 04, 2005, 04:36:57 PM
Andrew,

do you see any value in a child lsat test question folder dedicated to people currently studying for the lsat to post questions/answers?  in theory those currently studying wouldn't have to filter through the many posts for question explanations, and since it is self organizing future test takers can make use of responses months/years in the past.

Woe

PS: this site is really awesome.
Title: Re: lsat question / answer child folder
Post by: Andrew on January 04, 2005, 07:32:11 PM
I do think that would be valuable.  I was thinking about something like that.  What we really need is some kind of standard for writing subject lines that identify exactly what the thread is about.  For example:"Dec 2004 - LR - oil spills" (making that up of course, I didn't take the Dec LSAT, but I could imagine an oil spill on the LSAT).
Title: Re: lsat question / answer child folder
Post by: buster on January 05, 2005, 07:55:57 AM
do you think LSAC would be willing to try to clean it up before scoring one's test? oil would really block out those little circles

 ;)

I do think that would be valuable.  I was thinking about something like that.  What we really need is some kind of standard for writing subject lines that identify exactly what the thread is about.  For example:"Dec 2004 - LR - oil spills" (making that up of course, I didn't take the Dec LSAT, but I could imagine an oil spill on the LSAT).
Title: Re: lsat question / answer child folder
Post by: Julie Fern on January 05, 2005, 08:49:41 AM
buster, only answer sheet important.