LSAC announced yesterday that it will change the LSAT starting in June 2007. The two primary changes:
- The June 2007 LSAT will introduce a variant of reading comprehension, called comparative reading, as one of the four sets in the LSAT reading comprehension section. The main difference between comparative reading sections and the traditional reading comprehension used to date: comparative reading questions are based on two shorter passages.
- All test takers will be assigned a decision prompt for the writing sample.
More details will be available on the LSAC site in February.