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Could someone change the title of the page? The correct name of the test is Law School Admission Test (singular \"Admission\", not plural \"Admissions\"). See this page on the official site of the Law School Admission Council, which prominently displays the official title of the test.
Addendum: I obviously don\'t know how Wiki markup works on discussion threads on this site. The bare URL for the page I was referring to is https://www.lsac.org/jd/lsat .
Can I see some kind of external verification of the claim that the major companies preparing people for the LSAT are, at best, useless? Most of the people I know took some kind of study course before taking the LSAT, and I've yet to hear that those test companies have a tendency to make scores worse than if you hadn't taken their classes.
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How well does it match the trope?