The LSAT as a Computer Adaptive Test
Imagine taking the LSAT as a computer-based test instead of on good old-fashioned paper. Generally, when I pitch that to a student, I get a response like:
“Heh, you’re funny.”
“What?! They can’t do that! Umm... logic games?”
“Nah, not the LSAT. It’s not like the GRE or the GMAT.”
It is true that the LSAT is unlike the GRE and the GMAT, in that its focus is on logical and analytical skills rather than on knowledge of specific subject matter. But is the LSAT so different as to render it completely unsuited to a computer-based format? Probably not...