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    SAT and LSAT as a useful metric?

    So obviously LSAT and SAT is used as a testing method to determine aptitude or intelligence for admissions to accept students to their programs -- and denies certain population with low scores, if you apply for highly regarded programs. But, if all high school students do is study for the test from 9th-11th grade, is it really demonstrating high aptitude, or is it rather just demonstrating their ability to study as much as possible for a known exam with known topics. That is not to say that a high SAT score is not a good indicator of aptitude or success in higher education either. Likewise, I believe this is the same with regards to LSAT and MCAT tests.


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    Re: SAT and LSAT as a useful metric?

    i heard that used sat in most cases
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