LSAC Announces Changes to LSAT Writing Beginning This Summer

“By adopting this design, we’re not only enabling individuals to have a more authentic voice in their argument, but we are also better positioned to evaluate the writer’s ability to employ various rhetorical techniques, evidentiary strategies and other important aspects of argumentative writing,” said Susan Krinsky, executive vice president for operations and chief of staff at LSAC.


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