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# Why there is a LSAT forum on gmatclub?

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Why there is a LSAT forum on gmatclub? [#permalink]

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12 Jan 2012, 21:37
Last time I checked, this is still gmatclub, right?

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14 Jan 2012, 19:41
Yes, you are correct, but since there are MBA/JD programs, it would be considered important enough to atleast have some discussion about the LSAT on the forum. If you apply for this joint degree they will expect both the LSAT and GMAT to consider your application.

Also, we an area for GRE b/c some MBA programs are now accepting these test scores.

Obviously though, the GMAT dominates our forums, but we would be silly to not consider our broad range of users and their needs.
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16 Jan 2012, 12:23
Personally I have been using LSAT tests to prepare for the Reading Comprehension and Logical Reasoning Parts of the GMAT. The RC is harder and so are the LR questions.

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16 Jan 2012, 18:05
gmatpunjabi wrote:
Personally I have been using LSAT tests to prepare for the Reading Comprehension and Logical Reasoning Parts of the GMAT. The RC is harder and so are the LR questions.

True, but there are LSAT logical reasoning question types that just don't occur on the GMAT, like parallel reasoning (and flawed parallel reasoning), and questions like point of agreement (harder than it sounds) and method of reasoning. The reading comprehension passages are much longer than what you see on the GMAT as well. I think the material on the Official Guide and the Manhattan guides are sufficient for CR study.

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16 Jan 2012, 19:12
Thats very true, but I have burned up all the RC and CR Questions( Manhattan, OG12, Verbal REview 2 and a good part of OG10)

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16 Jan 2012, 20:02
okay, in that case I would just look at LSAT questions where the question types parallel those of the GMAT. Don't worry about the parallel reasoning, etc.

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03 Apr 2015, 02:48
gmatpunjabi wrote:
Personally I have been using LSAT tests to prepare for the Reading Comprehension and Logical Reasoning Parts of the GMAT. The RC is harder and so are the LR questions.

I have exactly the same experience. But would not say that Reading Comprehension is harder. Maybe it depends on personal skills.

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05 Feb 2016, 09:57
Practicing the LSAT is pretty good for general critical thinking development.

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01 Sep 2017, 11:30
gmatpunjabi wrote:
Personally I have been using LSAT tests to prepare for the Reading Comprehension and Logical Reasoning Parts of the GMAT. The RC is harder and so are the LR questions.

Hi! Did it help to prepare from the LSAT LR Bible? I'm considering using it since I'm terrible at CR. Do you think it's worth a shot?
Thank You!

~AmritaA

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